lis. - '* 1L imam ^^T^^ VA BSE K-«™ # W ,v Ji JO '■', /;': ■ sw i n b in in IBS l ! mi u I II W is 111 mil WALTHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 4867 00131 1135 11 1 8k ZL WALTHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY For Reference Not to be taken from this library ^ N. e ■ • #1 *^ K. *^^ i^v ^** % I^^^^^^^H . , ^^^^™*fcy( 1 •'.."• ''' : \' ■*.'■•'. Vw ' * • WJM* f *v* . WALTHAM 8ENI0R HIGH 8CH00L Waltharn, Massachusetts BUSINESS EDITOR Ellen Weinstein BUSINESS EDITOR Marilyn McLaughlin BUSINESS EDITOR Sandra Mula BUSINESS ADVISOR Thomas F. Neylon FRANCIS JOSEPH LEVEY Waltham High School, Waltham, Massachusetts; B.S., Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts; M.Ed., Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts. Mr. Levey's active participation and cooperation in the activities of the youth of Waltham and his diversified interests in all aspects of education have indeed made him a superb housemaster to us for the past three years. His administrative training, his experience as an educator, and, above all, his fairness and sincere consideration for the students with whom he works assure Mr. Levey of the continued admiration and esteem of the class of 1969. 40 •0>* CONSTANTINE B. SGOUROS I High School, Haverhill, Massachusetts; , setts College of Art, Boston, Massachusetts; Mu- ■ Fine Arts School, Boston, Massachusetts. Sgouros, who has spent his entire career in the field V, has donated his many and varied talents to Waltham High School. During his lifetime he has worked as a stained- glJss artist, painter, photographer, and presently as a faculty member of our art department. His previous background in these areas has enabled him to . guide us to the creation /of a new and better yearbook. We wish to show our appre- ciation of his unselfish aid by dedicating the 1969 "Mirror" to Mr. Sgouros. \ ■ ?'■:"- ~n ' > r* #* -Wi V* 4/* / life. •<*j i^* : *S^ ' - • Hi 7* .&*& "1 ^Sr saaac*" # V* THE SCHOOL -A-A ': t& ' a i* v iid 5 e» t s j*4 Vwf , i r V !^i Al «B r\>*s>r *>:-S:'^; ^*- &£ ■ • 4& ,';- ; /#-' M • *-* ! v ~: : ^0m ?&»>:??!» 1 M Kb / *,!L. i SC- fos i: -'"^^PfSv /r^ I* -«^ -f# V ^^JL^ s^ mm ' ■ I sar* • * * m «k#H V [ * * * * ft Ik ' ^^EBffi • >#£ ■ 2X" . .< A '«•■'■ ""T ^^ -<Hj p k -1 r? m mM s^i - ; . inL __ • ,1.- ■■■/!* ,'■'■ '" : ' ■■ .^ ■:■-.■■:" ■ .:.■■:,,■ - .: i"';,iS;'^ '-• '"y i . 1 %< ■ ■ •' JH E .i-iiliilir -■ « * ■ ■<• ^H jM^ Hr "* itAi ifT j " w ' f- rlj 1 % ; ,v Jfl Jf L? ^Zm^-b WW _H ** IMlMIIMimn - ' J ] : ^ MM, n K V ^^j - m^ \ \ M I SCHO MATHEIV GEOME •0 \ 4 ■« JH£ GOLDEN TREASURY Of FRENCH prose ttc MR. JAMES FITZGERALD, Superintendent ' mk^^f r 'W»^*m S9 V nB ' ~M;, : : *B* — -**• 1 ri MR. GEORGE E. P. HUSSON JR., Headmaster MR. VERNER ROBINSON, Assistant Superintendent MR. EDWARD D. MAY, JR., Asst. Headmaster MRS. JOSEPHINE HUGHES, Secretary MRS. CATHERINE DANFORTH, Secretary 17 MR. EARNEST VISCARELLO Vocational Director Vocational-School The objective of vocational education has always been, and shall continue to be, the pre- paration of boys — and girls in increasing num- bers — for profitable employment upon gradu- ation from high school. Through the develop- ment of occupational skills, under conditions approximating as realistically as possible those of the world of work, the student learns to relate in meaningful fashion the theoretical "why" of the classroom to the practical "how" of the shop or laboratory. While trade and industry have an almost insatiable appetite for the potentially skilled craftsman and technician, they have need, too, for the well-motivated but lesser-skilled voca- tional graduate. Thus it is that we would be remiss in our dedication to the goals of the vocational education if we did not make pro- visions for both types of students. Left to Right: Mrs Lucchese, Mrs. Lawless. 18 mtm 4 V -J 'ydjJRBj^& :■: ■■:■ *. ■:: :: ■■ . .'.' J ■ .' NHnkT dfli^^HH ■ " " : = ' '" ■K X Vocational Faculty Z,e/t Jo Right: 1st Row: Mr. John McClosky, Mr. Carl Lando, Mr. Alexander Kapamagian, Mr. Vernon Cook, Mr. Ernest Viscarello, Director, Mr. Calvin Kalishman, Mr. William Ray, Mr. John Back, Mr. Louis Daniels, Mr. Charles Hertigan. Second Row: Mr. Thomas Procop, Mr. Joseph DeMaio, Mr. John Faria, Jr., Mr. Wilfred St. Martin, Mr. Norman Hendry, Mr. Frank Goodwin, Mr. Samuel Russell. Third Row: Mr. John Lehane, Mr. George Stanley, Mr. Kenneth Harding, Mr. Salvatore Scimemi, Mr. Richard O'Neil, Mr. Robert Dimitri, Mr. Antonio Damian. 19 Our Housemaster, MR. F. JOSEPH LEVEY n . o H o u MRS. ROSE COLLURA, Secretary 20 ***■*.» •*'.. MR. GERALD J. BELLIVEAU, Sophomore Housemaster MRS. ALICE KEOUGH, Junior House Secretary MRS. PHOEBE DEWOLF, Sophomore House Secretary MR. ALMON MORANG, Junior Housemaster Mathematics First Row, Left to Right: Mr. J. Regan, Mr. H. O'Brien, Miss E. Bowen, Mrs. S. Kalman, Mrs. B. Feldman, Mr. T. Lynch, Dept. Head. Second Row: Mr. J. Sheehan, Mr. A. Thompson, Mr. P. Curry, Mr. A. Vallely, Mr. T. Sweeney, Mr. T. Leverone, Mr. R. Lundberg. Missing: Mr. T. Foley and Mr. L. Meader. 22 Science Standing, L. to R.: Joseph Wiellete, Richard McKnight, Stephen Grant, Alden Eames (Dept. Head), Paul Thorp, Daniel Gouvea, Raymond Yetten. Seated, L. to R.: Miss Ann Genock, Mrs. Judith Green, Miss Patricia Gladysz, Miss Jane Capellupo, Dr. Rosa Kubin, Mrs. Jane Fleming. Missing: Mrs. Sonya McKnight, Jerry Nelson. Home Economics From Left to Right: Mrs. J. Maclure, Mrs. M. Johnson, Miss P. Babb, Miss G. Magrath, Mrs. S. Jones. 23 Language Seated, L. to R.: John Corcoran, Miss Helen Andreassian, Mrs. Cynthia Vallely, Miss Virginia Betts. Standing, L. to R.: Miss Madeline Quinn, Miss Shirley Robbins, Bertram Baldwin, Marcel Karian, Mario Magno, Ronald Lacharite, Miss Cathryn Berlinghieri, Mrs. Delia Cheng, Mrs. Josephine Maguire, Mrs. Eleanor Pacitti, Klaus Bohlman, Mrs. Esther Johnson, Donald Thibault, Frank Collura, Horace Lamb. ,**' )i 4k W ■<-**i English First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Linda Sloan, Miss Donna Murphy, Miss Alicia Koledo, Miss Margaret Holland, Mrs. Jean Grillo, Mrs. Dianna Crystal. 2nd Row, Left to Right: Miss Katherine Devane, Mrs. Ellen Grant, Miss Cheryl Scully, Mrs. Marcia MacClary, Mrs. Alisca Czarnowski, Mrs. Marcia Biddle, Mrs. Lillian Shirley, Mrs. Marlene Goguen, Miss Barbara Chabot, Miss Susan Thompson. 3rd Row, Left to Right: Ira Steinberg, Michael Rose, Frank Collura, Donald Prohovich, James Bowman, Kevin Galligan, Richard Collins, Robert Eagle, Richard Hood, Dept. head. 25 Social Studies Front Row, Left to Right: Miss Susan Cairnes, Mrs. Esther Carney, Mrs. Mary Kellerman, Mrs. Barbara Byam. Standing, Left to Right: Harold Walker, Francis Fleming, Miss Susan Raskin, Mrs. Louise Moore, Saul Richman (Dept. Head), Richard Sullivan, Thomas Neylon. Missing: Mrs. Susan Witwer, John Corcoran. Library Staff Seated: Miss Lotte Blustein; Mrs. Frances Flynn, Head Libraran; Mrs. Esther Wiley. Standing: Mrs. Eleanor Kilgore; Mrs. Mildred Nelson. 26 Art CONSTANTINE B. SGOUROS-MRS. JUDITH PAPPADOPOULOS 27 Business Department Front Row: Mrs. M. Man, Mrs. M. Morris, Miss M. Mooney, Mrs. Hazel B. Moore — Department Head, Miss M. Hogarty, Miss E. Tahaney, Mrs. C. Dorin. Back Row: Miss M. MacQuarrie, Mrs. K. Murphy, Mr. G. Tyner, Mr. T. Capucci, Mr. J. Hall, Mr. D. Opie, Mr. J. Hart, Mr. B. Collins, Miss M. Snow, Mrs. J. Zerounian. 28 Physical Education Sitting: Mr. J. Krol, Coach H. Kopp, Miss E. Childs, Mr. M. Smith. Standing: Miss D. Hudak, Miss H. Castros, Miss C. Gravelin, Miss L. Cooper. Guidance Sitting Left to Right: Miss Margaret Nolan, Miss Corneilla Sylvester, Miss Mildred Steele, Miss Jane Grace, Miss Sara Giacalone. Standing Left to Right: Mr. John Clifford, Mr. Lawrence Elliott, Mr. Anthony Mrugala. MR. THOMAS J. CULLEN, Dept. Head 29 Work Study Left to Right: Mr. A. J. Healy, Mr. E. F. Dollard. Nurse 30 Mrs. Marion Fitzpatrick In Memoriam Never in the history of Waltham High School have so many owed so much to one man and his beneficent influence. He was a considerate and kindly gentleman, a loyal friend, a reverent and pious person deeply devoted to his religion. Quiet and unassuming, his presence nonetheless was always felt in any gathering, and his counsel respected whenever Waltham basketball boys of the last thirty-five years have met and reminis- ced. He gave of himself unselfishly for many young men so that they could pursue their higher education. He provided the spark, the enthusiasm, the inspiration for dozens of his players. Much as he loved his victories, he considered basketball merely a stepping stone to a better life. Art Quinn was fine and honorable and highly admired by everyone who came in contact with him. With the passing of this truly good man, Waltham has lost a dedicated director; and his many associates and colleagues, a sincere companion. His loss has been immeasurable to our city, our schools, and to his legion of friends. He had an abiding love for and an uncommon devotion to the game of basketball; therefore it is a source of great satisfaction to know that he was inducted into the State Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame only last October. I can see him now as he received the Paul Revere bowl engraved with his name; I know that he prized it highly as one of his most cherished possessions and considered it to be the most treasured recognition of his meritorious career. Nevertheless he passed off lightly the honor which he so richly deserved. It is a closing and fitting commentary that I have never heard a person speak unkindly of Arthur Quinn. With his soft voice and pleasing tones, he spoke well of everyone — even his athletic opponents. What finer tribute can we Boosters pay to his memory than to make particular mention of the warm feeling and esteem that other athletic directors, coaches, and players have held for Arthur Quinn. The above eulogy was written by Mr. Richard Hood, a colleague and life-long friend of Mr. Quinn. ARTHUR L. QUINN 1903-1969 < *** r I »HHH SUitK«JH AP SBSte&. >i ■*•< -Hi %»'*?, p^pff^^^ ' J 1 ■■' ' •"" j • •i WILLIAM AIKEN S02 81 Hillcrest St. Wk. Ex. Bill enjoyed the Work Experi- ence Program at W.H.S., espe- cially with Mr. Dollard. Hi? plans for the future include the service. VITO ALONGI S09 1312 Trapelo Road CII Vito is noted for his New York accent and "The Greatest Party of the Year." His favorite class was Advanced Art with Mr. Sgouros. He would like to go on to art school and become an interior decorator. Activities: Softball; Volleyball; Senior Revue; Talent Show; Ski Club. KEVIN ROBERT ALA S09 58 Madison Road CII Kevin's agile form makes him a natural for horseback riding and skiing. He hopes to combine these interests with his love for Ancient History next year in college. SUSAN C. ALPER S09 59 Cabot St. Honors Sue was an active member of "This Week at Waltham High," and it was through her efforts that the column was such a success. Thank you Sue, and best of luck in the future. Activities: Track Team Manager 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 2, 3, editor 4; Yearbook editor 3, 4; Talent Show Business Manager 3, 4; WBZ Stu- dent Reporter 4. DONNA ANDERSON S09 14 Albert St. Steno. Donna was popular with her classmates, as well as with Miss MacQuarrie and Jean. Her person- ality and skill in shorthand will assure her success as a secretary. Activities: Softball; Volleyball; Senior Revue; Talent Show; Ski Club. ELAINE ANDERSON S09 58 D Hansen Rd. Gen. "Look, I made it," says Elaine. She is, of course referring to her graduation and her acceptance to Bryant-Statton. While at W.H.S. she enjoyed English with Mr. Col- lins. DEBORAH ANGELO S09 16 Warren Ave. CI, CII Debby enjoyed helping the people in the main office most during her stay at W.H.S. Next year she plans to attend Massa- chusetts Bay Community College. Activities: Main Office 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Library Council; Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Revue; Pep Squad 2; Class Senator 2. JANICE ANTICO 260 Forest St. S09 CI "What's going on," cries Tico as her voice echos through the halls of W.H.S. Her future plans in- clude teaching. Activities: Basketball; Latin Club; Honor Society; Senior Re- vue. 34 JANET LEE ARANCIO S109 78 Fuller Street Business Janet plans to enter the business world after graduation. Her fa- vorite class at W.H.S. was English with Mr. Hood. CHERYL ANN ARENA S09 124 Russell Street Honors Cheryl greets friends and strangers alike with "Good morn- ing" and a happy smile. Her pleasing personality will assure her success in any of her endeav- ors. Activities: Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Sr. Musical Revue. CECILIA ARENA S09 109 Dobbins St. CI All agree that Cecilia will make a good veterinarian. Dancing and horseback riding are favorite pastimes of hers (when she's not studying biology, of course). Activities: Italian Club; Chemis- try Club; Softball; Dancing; Sen- ior Revue. CHERYL ARMSTRONG S09 63 Princeton Avenue Business Cheryl plans to become an in- terior decorator and we all know she'll be a great success. Cheryl enjoyed her stay at W.H.S.. though she admits she's anxious to begin her career. MARGARET ARNOLD S09 147 Myrtle Street CI "The thing that counts is not where I am, but where I am go- mg." Activities: FTA 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Yearbook Staff; Senior Revue; Waltham Women's Club; Mr. Levey's Office 3, 4. DENISE ARSENAULT S09 13 Russell Street Business Denise, plans to become a sec- retary. She most enjoys swimming, bowling, and eating pizza with the kids. Her favorite teacher is Mr. Bowman. GERARD J. ARSENAULT S09 16 Leonard St. Gerry, a drum enthusiast, hopes for a career in electronics. Activities: Electronics. JAMES PAUL ARSENAULT 13 Russell Street Auto Mechanics "Kawalla Bear" made many lasting friendships in the Voc Auto Mechanic Department. Fu- ture plans include more schooling. Activities: Football. ., 35 JOSEPH L. ARSENEAU SOU 50 Old Lexington Road Work Experience Joe intends to go into the serv- ice. When he returns, he plans to start a business with one of his friends. FRANK ASARO S009 261 Newton Street CII Frankie enjoys eating Chinese food with his friends ... He looked forward to going to W.H.S. basketball games and playing foot- ball. Frankie digs Mr. Meader's math class. Future plans include college. Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; H.R. Representative 2, 3; Talent Show; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Jun- ior Achievement 2, 3. SANDRA AVADANIAN S009 142 Doty Street CI "AH Right!" says Sandy, a sport enthusiast most often found at Brigham's with the kids. We'll never forget her parties. Her fu- ture plans include modeling and pharmacy work. Activities: Ski Club 2, 3; Student Council 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Junior Prom 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Senior Revue; Talent Show 4; Senior Prom. ;^ '"■:^?#^: ^S RICHARD AUBERT S009 51 Vernon St. CI Dicky will long be remembered for his W.H.S. Drama Club per- formances, as well as his off stage antics with friends Benjy and the Clan. Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4. DONALD AUCOIN S009 11 Benefit St. CI and Honors Donnie will never forget work- . ing on the yearbook during "A" block. Activities: Swim. Team 2, 3, 4; Lang. Lab Ass't. 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 2, 3; Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Revue; Band 1, 2; Year- book Staff. PATRICIA AUCOIN S009 31 Chester Lane CI, CII "I have climbed the hills of view and looked at the world and descended; I have come by the highway home, and lo, it is ended." PATRICK J. AUCOIN 59 Chester Ave. Auto Mechanics Pat Aucoin's experience in Auto Mechanics at the Vocational will help him to start his own business when he graduates. We can all look forward to giving him our business! w 36 PAUL G. AUCOIN S009 7 Russell St. Business Paul's main interests are weight lifting and an after-school job. Next year he hopes to attend business school. PAUL J. AUCOIN S009 134 Totten Pond Rd. CII Paul plans to attend chef school after graduating. "Miss Magrath in chef class is great!" He enjoy? getting something to eat after a swim meet with Jeff, Bill, Dave, and Gary. Activities: Swim Team 3, 4; Talent Show 4. ELSIE AVILES S009 125 Charles Street CT . . . Life is but a walking shadow, a poor player who struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more . . . (Macbeth) CHERYL BABB S009 43 Brown Street Business Cheryl would like to become an airline stewardess. Before she flies away, you can probably say good- bye to her while she's eating Chinese food with her friends. Activities: Housemaster's Office 3. FERDINAND BABINEAU 14 42 Prospect St. Printing How happy is the little stone That rambles in the road alone, And doesn't care about careers, And exigencies never fears. STEPHEN S. BALLO JR. S09 88 Willow St. CH After school, Steve can be found working on a car. Future plans include college or Military Serv- ice. Activities: Football 1, 2; Talent Show 2; Senior Revue 4. DAVID L. HANKS S09 124 Chaffee Ave. CII David plans to attend Control Data Institute to study computer technology. Activities: W.H.S. Hand 2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement; W.H.S. Com- puter Club. CHARLES MICHAEL BARBER SO10 100 Sheffield Rd. CII Known by his friends as "Ali Baba," this senior hopes to be- come a C.P.A. Charles likes math and is assured of success at a business college next year. JOEL S. BARDSLEY SO10 107 Villa St. CII Joel comments, "Waltham High has shown me the error of my ways." We're certain he'll lead an interesting life when he leaves these hallowed halls. CATHERINE ELIZABETH BARHYTE S010 25 Caughey St. CII Cathy, noted for saying "hi" to everyone, enjoyed taking part in the Senior Revue. Her favorite class was English with Mr. Proho- vich. Her future plans include at- tending a junior college. Activities: Drama Club 2, 3; French Club 1 ; Senior Revue 3. WILLIAM CHARLES BARKER SO10 58 Whitman Rd. CI Mr. Walker and P.O.D. rate high with this senior. Bill plans to major in Social Sciences in col- lege. Activities: Interact 4. NANCY MARIE BARNARD SO10 3-B Prospect Hill Lane Business Gym classes and English with Mr. Collins rated high with Nancy. Her future plans include modeling or IBM work. Activities: Senior House; Drama Club. CHERYL M. BARRY SO10 4 Colonial Ave. CII Cheryl, who says that she is most noted for being absent, would like to become a nurse. Looking for Cheryl? You'll find her in SO10 before school talking with Joan and Ann. ( LINDA ANN BARRY SO10 7-A Hansen Rd. Steno. Linda has been an active mem- ber of W.H.S. by holding various class offices. Her future plans in- clude college and working in a Law Office. Activities: Sec. of Soph, class; Vice Pres. of Jr. class; National Honor Society; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue. LYNNE BAUER SO10 258 Linden St. CI Personal typing with Mr. Tyner is a favorite class witli Lynne. She can be found talking with Kathy and Lois. Activities: German Club; Spanish Club; French Club; Senior Re- vue; Prom Committee. 38 DOUGLAS IRVING BEATON SOU 28 Warren Ave. Work-Study Doug hopes to continue working at the M.C.C. Business Service after graduation. BEVERLY ANN BEAUDOIN S010 92 Greenwood Lane CI and Honors Dancing and traveling rate high with this peppy cheerleader. Bev- erly, Miss Teenage Boston, will never forget her week in Texas at the Miss Teenage America Pag- eant. Activities: Cheering 4; Co-Editor of "This Week at Waltham High;" Honor Society 3, 4; Girls' Sports 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Talent Show 2, 3, 4. SUSAN ANN BEAVER S010 47 Lakeview Terrace Honors Sue's major interest lies in languages particularly French and German which she plans to teach. Her philosophy is "I like to get along with everyone." Activities: Talent Show 3; Latin Club 2; French Club 2, Secretary 4, Vice Pres.; Senior Revue 4; Honor Society 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4; Chemistry Club; F.T.A. 4. : : & k :■&;&■.*/■'!*::''.*? *■..'■ .■/■;■:■,■■. CARL FRANCIS PETER BECK soin 77 Plympton St. CI "Variety is the spice of life," and Carl believes that life must be seen thoroughly to know what it really is. PETER A. BELLA S10 109 Milton St. CI Peter has been presented an Academy Award for his fantastic performance in 'The Man Who Came To Dinner.' Activities: Football; Talent Show. ALEXIS BELLIVEAU S010 48 Pine Vale Rd. CI After graduation, Alexis plans to attend college and become an elementary school teacher. Activities: French Club; Chemis- try Club; Chorus; National Honor Society; Senior Revue; worked in senior and sophomore offices. DIANE HEI.LIVEAU SOU) 33 Talor St. CII Diane's future plans are to at- tend Business school. "Good luck to all the kids in Lunch." WILLIAM BELLIVEAU 16 33 Talor St. Auto Body Good-bye to the good times I've had the past three years with Richie, Steve and Bonnie. 39 JOAN BENNETT S010 122 Willow Street Stenographic A business career is planned for this graduating senior who will remember all of the good times she's had at W.H.S. with Karen and Pat. Activities: English Office; Senior Revue. MICHAEL BENNETT S010 12 Chamberlain Terrace Mike plans to enter the I.B.M. field or Air Force Academy after graduation, if he is not already a millionaire by then. He enjoys playing guitar with The Purple Sequence, and Mr. Collins' Eng- lish classes. He wills to the new high school, co-ed gym classes. Activities: Talent Show. MARTA BARBARA BENSON S010 74 Cedarwood Ave. CII Blue-eyed B. B. liked Mr. Col- lin's lunch studies best about W.H.S. She enjoys water skiing, football games and Camp 1 Club. This vivacious blond plans to at- tend Business School after gradua- tion. Activities: Junior Prom Commit- tee; Talent Show. PAUL J. BERGERON S010 183 Dale Street Bus. "Berg," who plans to join the Navy, states that his favorite teacher is Mr. Collins. V* STEPHEN PETER BERTE S010 18 Barnes Work Study Stephen's hobby of collecting records is sure to help him become a disc jockey. DIANNE BERTRAND S010 83 Plympton St. Bus. Upon graduation from W.H.S., Dianne would like to become an airline stewardess. Dianne says that she has written an" "'occa- sional" note to friends in Business Law. Activities: Senior House Office; Junior House Office; Senior Re- vue. BERNADETTE BIBBO S010 60 Cedar Street Bus. Bernadette. upon graduation, would like to enter the Butera School of Art with a career in commercial art as her goal. While in high school '"Beebs" enjoyed English with Mr. Collins. Activities: Talent Show. WAYNE BILODEAU S010 41 Mountain Rd. Bus. Wayne would like to bequeath a box of Clackers to Mr. Curry, his favorite teacher. 40 ANN CECILE BLINN S010 74 Robbins Street Steno Ann looks forward to business school. She will always have fond memories of her lunch periods with her many friends at W.H.S. Activities: Senior Revue; Arch- ery; National Honor Society. HELEN JEANINE BOISVERT S010 310 Crescent St. CH Blond, blue-eyed Helen says Mrs. Johnson's French class is her favorite. Her future plans include attending a junior college of nurs- ing. €f ■% RICHARD BOLDUC 4 Munster Terrace Printing Richard, whose favorite instruc- tor at W.H.S. was Mr. Goodwin, plans to enter the printing profes- sion after graduation. ROBERTA BONICA S010 23 Berkshire Road CII "Bomba Bear" enjoys camping with A. J., Spook, and Mac. Along with camping "The Bear" enjoys scuba diving. Bob's future plans are undecided, but he may join the U.S. Marines. Activities: Football 2; Track 2, 4. ANTHONY BONICA S09 787 Beaver St. Business "My three years at W.H.S. were the happiest years of my life. I only regret that they went by so quickly." AUDIE EDWARD BOUIJREAU SOI 3 9 Albert St. CI and CII Audie, an outdoor enthusiast, wants to enter the construction field and help make America a better place to live in. Activities: Swimming; Hunting; Rifle; Water Skiing. RINA BOIJDREAU S013 14 Steams St. Business This senior can often be heard saying, "Yeah, right." Future plans include secretarial work. Activities: Talent Show. F MAIZIE MYRDENA 196 Robbins Street BOWLBY S013 Business Maizie hopes to attend business school and work for an airline af- ter graduation. Activities: Talent Show. LOIS ANN BOWSE S013 440 Trapelo Road CI Lois's favorite haunt at W.H.S. was the Girl's Gym where one could see her practicing for a bas- ketball, volleyball or s o f t b a 1 1 game. Future plans include col- lege. Activities: Chemistry Club; Ger- man Club; F.T.A.; Senior Revue; Chorus. BARBARA M. BOYD S013 27 Cambria Rd. Steno. When she's not saying "What?," Barbara enjoys going to football games and writing poetry. Activities: Talent Show and Year- book Staff. |Hr KATHLEEN BOYD S013 75 Lakeview Terr. CI Kathleen's favorite quote is, "Not only underground are the brains of men eaten by maggots" by Rod McKuen. Activities: Language Lai) assist- ant; Senior Revue; Pep Squad; Homeroom Representative. JEANNETTE BOYD S013 145 South St. CII Jeannette, whose future plans include Art School, wishes "each and every person all the luck that he needs to achieve his goals. Activities: Folk Club; Choral 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Russian Club 3,4. I STEPHEN BREAULT S013 16 Hatherly Rd. CII Stephen was always popular with his classmates during his 3 years at W.H.S. MAR.IOR1E G. BRECK S013 176 Newton St. Bus. Clothing with Miss McGrath rated high with this pretty senior whose future plans include model- ing. RICHARD JOSEPH BREHM SO 1 3 CII 40 Copeland St. Dick, an ardent fisherman, hopes to go into hotel management after college. Activities: Waltham Rifle Club. 42 JANICE E. BRODRICK S013 119 Dale St. CI Janice, who is planning to be- come an artist, will always re- member all her friends and the basketball games at W.H.S. Activities: Art Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Vol- leyball; Chemistry Club; Senior Revue; Talent Show. JEAN BROOKS S013 84 Longfellow Road CI This fun-loving Senior will never forget her years at W.H.S. Activities: Soph. Class Treasurer; Senior Class Senator ; FTA Treas.; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Review; Talent Show; Spanish Club. MARY V. BROPHY SOI 3 137 Villa St. Business Mary hopes to become an X-ray technician and to travel abroad with her many friends. She likes P.O.D. with Miss Cairnes. Activities: Teen Canteen; Ski Club; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Revue; Main Office. MARJORIE BROWN S013 36 Sheffield Rd. CI Margie says "Jogging in gym class with Cail is great" and she loves those studies with Cousin Mary. Margie hopes to be a teacher after attending Northeast- ern. Activities: FTA; German Club; Spanish Club; Senior Revue; Talent Show; Junior and Senior Prom Committees. ■ ■■ n v,.: ■ ^i Tva i f W NANCY BROWN S013 114 Washington Ave. Business Stent) Nancy adores Charlie Brown, Dick, and the "Lakeview Kids" but not dieting. Activities: Church Fellowship. VIRGINIA BROWN S013 136 Summer St. CI Ginny. whose main interest lies in the field of psychology, plans to attend Salve Regina College next year. Activities: B a s k e 1 1) a 1 1 ; F.O.R.U.N.; French Club; Ger- man Club; Talent Show; "This Week at W.H.S." BARBARA A. BROWNE S013 17 Greer Street CI Barbara will certainly be a wel- come addition to the nursing pro- fession. Her art works at WHS will long be remembered. EILEEN R. BUCKLEY S013 19 Stow Street Clerical "Lennie" plans to attend busi- ness school next year. Business Machines with Miss Tahaney war her favorite; class at WHS. Activities: Working in the Main Office A block. 43 DAVID ALLAN BUONOMO 738 Trapelo Road Auto Mechanics Dave will never forget the good times in Kal's room and shop. KATHLEEN MARIE BURKE S013 CI 83 Cabct St. Kathy, whose favorite class was chemistry, plans a career in nurs- ing. Activities: Student Council 2, 3, 4; Drama Cluh 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Revue; Pep Squad 4. MARY ELLEN BURKE S013 14 Mt. Ida Terrace Business Mary Ellen says she would like to become an airline stewardess if she doesn't get married right away! She dedicates the girls' room by S204 to all the senior girls. Activities: Bowling; Skiing. WILLIAM HENRY BURKE S013 140 Alder St. Business Bill, nicknamed "B.B." by his friends, plans to enter the U.S. Marine Corps upon graduation. MAUREEN BURLEY S013 151 Beal Road Business Friends and teachers alike will remember Maureen for her cheer- ful smile and personality. RICHARD BURKE 63 Circle Drive Carpentry This fabulous weight-lifter will always remember the happy times at W.H.S. with his many friends. JOHN THOMAS BURLEY S013 151 Beal Road CII John would like to go on to school and become successful in life. His favorite class was English with Mr. Prohovich. BRUCE BURNS S218 22E Dcrmody Rd. CII Bruce is noted for his chaos and confusion. He plans to join the Navy. Activities: Hunting; Fishing; Pool. 44 EDWARD KEVIN BURNS SOLS 18 Wheelock Rd. CI "Some are meant to enjoy and never ask why." Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4. JUDY BYRON 72 Parmenter Rd. "Picture me here." Activities: Art Club. S013 CI PETER ANTHONY BYTHEWOOD S015 45 Beechwood Rd. CII "Crash," as he is referred to around the field, is noted for his fine speaking performance at the '66 Maiden game. Future plans are undecided for Pete. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3; Track 2 ; Teen Canteen 4. DOROTHY MARY NOEL CAHILL 163 Summer St. Philosophy in a life — "Today and day." Activities: G.A.P. 2, 3, 4; Debat- ing Club 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3; Junior World Affairs Council 4; "This Week at W.H.S." 3, 4. S015 CI nutshell to live today and to- ROBERT CAHILL 36 Beaver St. Electronics Kid Ba's Modar can still be found blowing off Les Fox' Cobra Ford A epping. GEARY MICHAEL CAISEY SOU 49 Wellington St. Work Study This future chef enjoyed P.O.D. and Mr. Dollard. CAROLYNE CALLAHAN S017 158 Trapelo Rd. CI "Tootie-Fruities" SHEILA MARIE CALLAHAN SO 15 280 Beal Road CI "Grace" can be found in her V.W. at Brigham's parking lot witli the gang. Prom chairman for 2 years, she also has taken part in many W.H.S. activities. Sheila looks forward to a career in nursing. Activities: Student Council; Talent Show; Future Nurses; Senior Revue. 45 MARIE CANN1STRAR0 S015 55D Derby St. CI Looking for Marie? She's prob- ably at Burger King with Cathy and Roseanne. Marie plans to go to school and take up computer programming. Activities: Italian Club; Chemis- try Club. NANCY LEE CANNIZZO SOLS 18 Humboldt Street CI "Write it on your heart thai every day is the very best day." Activities: Yearbook Staff. V RICHARD CANTY SOU 127 Candace Ave. Work Exp. Prep school beckons this active senior. Mr. Dollard's classes were most inspirational to Richard. Activities: Boys' Club. NANCY CAPPADONA S015 653 Beaver St. CI "I hope the future holds as much fun and enjoyment as these past three years have had for me at W.H.S." Activities: French Club; F.T.A.; Chorus; Senior Revue; Ski Club; H.R. Representative; Teen Can- teen Council. SUSAN JEAN CAPPADONA S015 635 Beaver St. CII Susan is the best advertisement Riverside Lanes could ever have. Her interests vary from bowling to studying any kind of history. RICHARD H. CARLSON S015 27 Highland St. CI "Swede's" pleasant personality will always be remembered by his many friends at W.H.S. Activities: Senior Revue; Hockey; Basketball; Talent Show. ROY CARLSON S015 47 Fiske Ave. CII "My main goal in life is to be Rich and Happy." We all hope you succeed, Roy. Activities: Baseball; Pool. 46 JOHN EDWARD CARROL S015 61 Seminole Ave. CII John is thinking of going to Brandeis University and majoring in zoology. He wishes good tidings to all the kids in Lakeview. Activities: Ski Club; Rifle Club. DONNA RUTH CARUSO S015 7 Wayne Ave. CI Donna, known mostly for calling out "Large Meatball" in Corrado's, has future plans for college. Good Luck, Donna! Activities: Homeroom alternate 4; F.T.A. 4; Italian Club 3, 4; Mirror Staff 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4. PETER J. CASELLA S015 243 Rear School Street CII After Graduation Peter plans to go to college for his teaching degree. Activities: Drama Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 4. MAUREEN FRANCES CASE\ SOI 5 151 Willow Street CII Maureen enjoys homeroom with Mrs. MacClary and making her own clothes. She plans to attend a business school after graduating from W.H.S. Activities: Main Office. MICHAEL JOSEPH CASSERLY S015 23 Chamberlain Terrace CI Current Communications with Mr. Steinberg rated well with Mike who wants to go to college next year. Activities: Ski Club. JAMES S. CASSIDY SOU 45 Jennings Road Work Study Jim, who loves swimming and dancing, plans to enter the service after graduation. Activities: Swimming. MAUREEN CASSIDY S015 810 Beaver St. Business "Moe" will always remember her Reading Class with Miss Handleman. Kutue plans include nursing school and marriage. Activities: Nurse's Club; Water Skiing; Snow Skiing; Swimming; Rowling. JOHN RORERT CASTELLANO SO 15 26 Mount Walley Rd. Business "I plan to enter the Navy after graduation, and then go on to a Data Processing School." Activities: A.V. Staff. 47 JOHN A. CAVOOTO 15 338 North Rd., Sudbury Auto Mechanics John thanks the many fine teachers at the Voc. If he doesn't join the armed forces, John will continue in school. "We had a real great class, with a lot of great guys." Activities: Driving a red Comet; Putting in a hard day's work. JANET CELLUCCI S015 27 Friend Street Business Italian food and driving fast cars are favorite pleasures of this future airline stewardess. DIANE MARIE CERICOLA S015 55 Bolton Street Accounting Becoming a secretary is one of Diane's future plans. She will always remember the good times she had in English class with Mr. Prohovich. Activities: Ski Club 2; Talent Show 2; Picture Representative 2. CAROL J. CHAMBERLAIN 112 Sibley Road Business Carol rates typing with Mr. Tyner as tops. In her spare time, she works at her favorite hobby, photography. Activities: Photography; Raising Collies; Junior Achievement. / / %Jm WILLIAM CHAPRALES S015 47 Mallard Way CII Bill has been a member of the football team for three years. He says his favorite class was home- room with Mrs. MacClary. Good luck in your future plans, Bill! Activities: Football 2, 3, 4. BRENDA R. M. CHIASSON 24 Cross Street Distributive Education This future hairdresser will re- member Cindy and Diane and the rest of the D.E. students Activities: D.E.C.A. ; Sales Pro- motion; Talent Show. GERARD J. CHAISSON S015 80 Church St. CI Gerry, one of our end men in the Senior Revue, will attend Bentley College next year. RICHARD J. CINCOTTA S017 263 River St. Business Business school is the next stop for this agile senior who is noted for the speed he uses in getting to the cafeteria when the bell rings. Activities: Hockey. 48 RONALD CINCOTTA S017 263 River Street Business "Livin," whose favorite activity is repairing cars, plans to attend business school. STEPHEN GARY CINCOTTA S117 22 Robbins St. Business Steve is interested in going to Control Data school to become a computer programmer. DOUGLAS SCOTT CLARKE 14 71 South Street Printing "A man's reach should ex- ceed his grasp," is good advice from Doug, who later plans to join the Navy. JOHN STEVEN CLINE SOU 67 Lexington St. Work Exp. John plans to serve a term with the marines and then get married. Someday he hopes to have his own business. DONNA MARIE COCCO S017 95 Central Street Bus. Donna enjoyed her senior year at W.H.S. Her future plans in- clude IBM School. Activities: Bowling; Sewing. ANNE MARIE COCIVERA SOI 7 30 Harvard St. CI Anne was usually the liveliest girl in Miss Beaulne's English class. She hopes to become an interpreter or a language teacher. Good Luck, Anne. Activities: Drama Club; Jr. From Committee; Senior Musical Re- vue; F.T.A., (Vice-President); Italian Club (Vice-President); French (Jul). 49 HAROLD COFFIN S017 39 Smart St. CII Harold would like to attend college, l)Ut wants to join the Navy first. He enjoyed singing with the Blue Diamonds and enjoyed English with Mrs. Czar- nowski. RICHARD J. COFFIN S017 39 Smart St. CII After graduation, Richard plans to see the world as a guest of the Armed Forces. RONALD COISH 15 Albert St. S017 CII Ronnie enjoys typing with Mr. Tyner, and he still has the big six Falcon. He likes skiing and racing cars, and plans a future in the business world. STEPHEN PAUL COLANGELO S017 20 Cleaveland Rd. CI Northeastern will be the next step for Steve, along with a course in business law, as he leaves the hallowed halls of W.H.S. Activities: Senior Revue; Talent Show; Student Council. PHILLIP COLLINS S017 39 Cowasset Lane Engineering is the field the rifle club enthusiast has set his sight on next. Activities: Rifle Club; Chemistry Club. WILLIAM G. COLLIS S015 7 Dexter Ave. CI Bill will go into the study of criminology at Northeastern next year — A future FBI man prob- ably? Activities: Hockey; Baseball; Sen- ior Revue. CYNTHIA COLLURA 20 78 Taylor St. D.E. Retail Merchandising offers great promise as a future for Cynthia. Activities: Sales Promotion. PETER C. COLLURA 14 78 Taylor St. Printing Peter hopes to make a career for himself in the field of printing. With the excellent training he has received at W.H.S. his future is assured t" be a successful one. 50 MARSHA COLTEN S017 124 Berkley Street Honors Marsha is most noted for being involved. She hates to leave Mr. Walker's World Affairs class and Mrs. Grant's Creative Writing Class. Activities: Student Council; Drama Club; National Honor Society; F.T.A.; Debating Club; French Club; Chemistry Club; Cheerleader; Yearbook. ANGELA COMPOSTO S017 22 Reyem Street CI, CII Petite Angela, after scoring a big hit in the Senior Musical Revue, hopes for a repeat per- formance in a career of fashion design. Activities: Ski Club; Talent Show; Senior Revue; Junior Prom Committee. JOSEPH ANTHONY COMPOSTO 80 Winter Street Machine Drafting Joe plans to either enter the service or continue his education after graduation. Activities: Safety Committee. DENNIS CONDON S010 12 Kingston Terr. CI "One should always shoot for perfection and if you fall short you will still have made an impression." Activities: Senior Musical Revue; Ski Club. ROSELLA CONNEARNEY S017 377 Lincoln Curr Rosella enjoyed fun and laughs at rallies and dances with Judy, Cynthia, Lynne and Donna. A nursing career is in the future for Rosella. Activities: Mr. Morang's Office Staff; Talent Show. GARY CONNELLY S017 8 Hatherly Rd. Bus. We wish Gary success in all his future plans. RICHARD CONNORS S015 780 Lexington St. CI W.H.S. wishes Rick the best of luck in whatever field of work he may choose. LORETTA MARIE CORACCIO S017 54 Oakley Lane Honors and CI Mr. Karian and French V really rate high with this energetic Senior. Loretta, who dances, sews, and goes camping, plans to attend the College of Saint Rose in New York. Activities: Drama Club; Honor Society, (Secretary); F.T.A.; Senior Revue. i CLAUDETTE CORMIER S013 123 Russell St. Bus. Claudia hopes to become a dental assistant. "Keep those molars grinding." Activities: Library Council. GARY CORMIER 36 Chesterbrook Rd. S017 CI Monday morning fatigue is al- ways a problem for this senior. Gary will miss the "before-school get-togethers" and the fabulous parking facilities. GERALDINE CORMIER S017 150 Hammond St. Bus. Gerrie hopes to become a sec- retary. She assuredly will be a great one, because she is a speed demon behind a typewriter. She loves Chinese food and dancing. Activities: Junior Achievement; Senior Revue. LINDA CORMIER S017 22 Mt. Vernon Ave. Business Linda plans to become a Key punch operator. Her favorite class at W.H.S. was English with Miss Holland. RICHARD J. CORMIER S017 154 Robbins St. CI W.H.S. was most rewarding because of the many meaningful experiences which I have en- countered during my prolonged and fabulously interesting stay at this institution of higher learning. PAUL ANTHONY COTRONE S017 9 Colonial Ave. Business Paul enjoys horseback riding swimming, and Mr. Tyner's typing class. The Service looms up in the near future for this ardent sports- man. ROBERT BRUCE COTTON S017 20 Relington Road CI Bob, who loves speech class and Mrs. Grant, is active in Interact. He hopes to become a Fashion Designer. Activities: Interact Club. JOHN COX S017 95 College Farm Rd. CII John's industrious work at Moe Black's will provide him with the experience necessary for a success- ful future. 52 LAWRENCE E. CRANE S017 32 Crestview Rd. CII "Birdie" who expects to be in the service very soon should do well to improve the chow since he did so well in Mrs. McGrath's cooking class. Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA CROWE S017 84 Winthrop St. CII Pat can be found eating Chinese food with Annice and the girls. She enjoys Red Sox games and English with Mrs. Czarnowski. College is planned for the future. Activities: Talent Show; Senior Musical Revue. TIMOTHY T. CUERDON S017 96 Dobbins St. Honors Timmy, the captain of our track team, always livened up his U.S. History class by his active partici- pation. Activities: Ski Club; Student Council; Track Team; Cross Country; Basketball. RICHARD ALLAN CUNNINGHAM 755 Main St. Machine Hard-working Richard says that he liked all of his teachers at the Voc. He plans to spend the next two years at college and then join the service. Activities: Hockey. MARCELLA JEAN CUSANO SON 360 Waverly Oaks Rd. Business Marci likes going to the Cha- teau. She enjoys the teachers as well as the kids at Waltham High. Marci hopes to further her educa- tion in business administration. Activities: Jr. Prom Committee; Tennis; Teen Canteen; Talent Show; Ski Club; Senior Revue; Ski Club; Jr. House Office. WILLIAM CUSANO 106 Prospect St. Printing Bill was well liked by his classmates at W.H.S., who wish him the best of luck with his future plans. FRANCES DAGOSTINO 270 Baron St. Business Popular Frannic wishes good luck to the graduating class of '69. 53 1 STELLA DAIGLE S109 802 Main St. Business ''I don't believe it" is Stella's pet expression. After graduation she plans to find gainful employ- ment. Activities: Bowling. I k RICHARD DALE 10 Beech St. S109 CI Dick will never forget the nights at the lake with his friends. Activities: Baseball. KAREN DALFINO S109 264 Seminole Ave. Stenographic Karen attended as many football games as she could, and always did her best to cheer the Hawks to victory. Activities: Ski Club; Senior Re- vue; Talent Show; W.H.S. Cho- rus; Pep Squad; Junior Prom Committee (Grade 12); Home Rep- resentative. PAUL ABBOTT DANIELSON S109 79 Sartell Road CI Paul's favorite class is physics with Mr. Nelson. Future plans include college. Activities: Drama Club; Chemis- try Club. DEBRA DARLING S109 17 Leonard St. CII Debbie enjoys B block English with Dad Collins, Kathy and Janice. Debbie plans to attend Framingham State Teachers' Col- lege Activities: Horseback riding. MARGARET DAUGMAN S109 81 Irving St. CI Margaret can be seen running through the corridors of W.H.S. singing her gray squirrel song. Activities: Saturday classes at Mass. College of Art. JAMES DAVIS S109 54 Crc-stvicw Rd. CI "A semblance carefully fash- ioned to lure the Promethean spark." SCOTT DAVIS 29 Tudor St. S109 CI Scott's great writing ability helped him become an active member of "This Week At W.H.S." Activities: Spanish Club; Week At W.H.S." 'This LYNNE JOYCE DEAGLE S109 91 Hibiscus Ave. CI "Pigeons forever," says Lynne. This cute senior loves Italian food and English class with Miss Ko- ledo. Activities: F.T.A. 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee ; Senior Revue. THOMAS L. DeFILIPPO S109 13 Derby St. CI "Life is like a computer; it doesn't operate by itself and you only get as much out of it, as you put into it." Activities: Bowling. DAVID J. DELAIRE S109 8 Mayall Road Business Dave, whose favorite activities horseback-riding and skiing, are plans to attend college next year. DENISE MARIE DELANEY S109 25 Townsend Street Business Although undecided on future schooling, Denise will be seeking a secretarial position. Going to the football and basketball games, and attending Mr. Collins' English classes were her favorite activities at W.H.S. Activities: Language Lab Assist- ant. MICHAEL DENNIS DELANEY 11 25 Townsend St. Machine When the going gets rough, the tough get going. Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Hunting; Hockey. . CEORGE F. DELESKEY 24 75 Rockridge Rd. Electronics George plans to attend Went- worth Institute to become an electrical engineer. ALEXANDER DELLAPACE S109 45 Williams St. CI "Chico" will never forget his great P.O.D. Class. When not studying, he can be found bowling. Activities: Italian Club; Bowling League; C.Y.O. 55 ROBERT WILLIAM DELOREY S109 136 Berkley St. CI Bob has the fine quality of leadership, as evinced by his election as President of the Student Council. We know he will do great things in the future and we wish him the best of luck. Activities: Drama Club; Student Council; Senior Revue. JOHN DeLOSA S109 391A River St. CI John studies many hours for his favorite class, biology. He plans to attend college and become a biologist. Activities: Italian Club; Chemis- try Club; Basketball. MARY ANNE DELOSA S109 391 River Street CII Mobile Mary Anne, who intends to become a dental hygienist, found Mr. Fleming's history class most important. Activities: Senior Musical Revue; Italian Club; H. R. Representative 2; Spanish Club. 53 Mountain Rd. ROBERT GORDON DELOURY S109 College Bob really enjoys Mrs. Czar's English class. His future plans include college and working for a living. "Crazy" always found his second home at Brighams. Activities: Senior Musical Revue; Ski Club; German Club; Drama Club. LAURA DeMARCO S009 321 Lincoln St. CI Laura's ambition after leaving W.H.S. is to become a prominent fashion designer. Activities: Ski Club 2; French Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 2; Talent Show 3, 4; National Honor So- ciety 3, 4; Senior Revue. DENISE MERIE 53 Hiawatha Ave. "Bunny," who likes with Miss Koledo, plans in X-Ray technology. Activities: Latin Club 2 Club 4; Main Guidance 4, DENEAULT S109 CI English a future French STEPHEN R. DENEAULT SOU 492 Trapelo Rd. Work Study The old adage, "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy," certainly doesn't apply to fun-lov- ing Steve. CAROLYN BARBARA DENNISON S109 300 Lake Street CII. Carolyn's future plans include data processing school. Activities: Language Lai) Assist- ant; Mr. Levey's Office; Senior Musical Revue. 56 RONALD DESPRES S109 15 Dexter St. Business Ron's best and closest friends are Betty, Tom and Terry. "The most important thing there is friendship; without friends you have no one." Activities: Horseback Riding; Bowling; and Basketball. DENIS DESROSIERS S109 18 Hastings Ave. CII "Bones" spends most of his time trying to do his Math IV home- work. He is always willing to help anybody who he feels is a friend. RICHARD DESROSIERS 11 18 Hastings Ave. Machines Richard, whose hobbies include boating and fishing, plans to become a construction engineer to create better roads for one great society. ROBERT DEVINCENT SI 10 188 Lyman St. CI Bob, one of W.H.S.'s crack rifle- men, intends to go on to college. KATHLEEN MARY DEVLIN S110 30 Royal St. CI Kathie loves to sing whenever she can. "My youth may wear and waste, but it shall never rust." Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; French Club 2, 4; Student Council 2, 4; House Office Staff 3; F.T.A.; Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Revue. ROSE DI BARTOLO S015 14 Wellington St. Cur II After graduation, Rose hopes to become a hair stylist and cosmo- tologist. Activities: Trip to Wash. D. C. with D.E.C.A. DONNA DiCREOORIO S110 32 Wamsulta Ave. CIV A career in hairdressing is Donna's goal. While at W.H.S., Donna's spare time was divided between her job at Bates' Phar- macy and bowling. Donna enjoyed working in Mr. Levey's Office and enjoyed English with Mr. Collins 57 CHARLOTTE DILLAWAY S110 64 Garden Lane College "Young people suffer less from their own mistakes than from older people's wisdom." — De Vauvenarques Activities: Sports; GAP. SUSAN DI LORENZO S110 666 Trapelo Rd. College Sue, whose plans include col- lege, says "good-by" to her class- mates at WHS. Activities: Art Club; Dramatic Club; Talent Show; Spanish Club. MAUREEN L. DION S110 10 Hillcrest Rd. College Fun-loving Maureen enjoyed the gatherings at Brighams after the football games. She looks forward to college and a career as an interpreter. Activities: Senior Revue; Italian Club; F.T.A. ; Talent Show; Cheerleader. VICTORIA J. DION S110 194M- Willow Street Vicky likes to make people laugh and to eat pizza and Chinese food. Activities: F.N.A.; Drama Club; English Office; Talent Show; Senior Revue. J¥ H, :. £ s^wr* 11 , j^M ^x If '7 '"^ . / f LENORE E. DI PACE S110 120 Kingston Rd. Business Lenore hopes to become a secretary in the future. Although she says she worries too much, her experience in Miss Mooney's class has prepared her well for her future plans. Activities: Italian Club; Senior Revue. LINDA DIZER SI 10 906 Moody St. Linda is a girl with a fantastic sense of humor who enjoyed "O.B.'s" math class. . EDWARD DOE 40 Barbara Road CI Ed would like to join the Coast Guard in the future. Presently, he enjoys boating, and hockey when he has some time off from work. Activities: Skiing; Hockey; Sail- ing. BRIAN H. DOHENY 33 Wheelock Road Business After graduation from WHS, Brian plans to attend a business college with hopes of a career in business. While at WHS, he thought Mr. Walker's P.O.D. class was great. Activities: Interact; Baseball; Track 2. 58 KATHLEEN DOHERTY S11C 31 Mallard Way CI Dancing rates high with this fun-loving senior, who will never forget the great times she had at W.H.S. dances. Activities: Spanish Club; Talent Show; Girls' Sports. LINDA DOHERTY 14 Sharon Street General and Business Linda plans to attend Nursing School after graduation and hopes to become a Licensed Practical Nurse. Favorite teacher of Linda is Miss Holland, her English teacher. Activities: Drama Club; Chorus; Senior Revue; Talent Show. '* STEPHEN EDWARD DONAHUE 62 Cherry Street CII Steve's future plans include the Navy, then college, to become an electrical engineer. His favorite class was economics with Mr. Fleming. Activities : Basketball ; Talent Show. JAMES DONNELLY 501 Newtown Road, Littleton Machine Jim, who will soon enter the service, states, "I'll be good to the Navy if they are good to me." Activities: Water Skiing; Stock Car Racing; Boating. SHARON M. DONNELLY 21-4 Garden Lane Business-Clerical After graduation, Sharon hopes to become a secretary. While at W.H.S. Sharon enjoyed lunch with Diane and English with Mr. Collins. When not studying, she spent her free time playing pool with her friends. JEANETTE ELISE DOUCET 185 Chestnut Street CII Jeanette hopes to pursue a career as a dental hygienist. Activities: Homeroom Rep.; Sen- ior Revue. RICHARD JOSEPH DOUCETTE 9 Wilmot Road CI After graduation, Richard plans to attend college. His favorite teacher was Mr. Sullivan. RONALD DOUCETTE 92 Vernon Street Auto Body Ron, who rated shop and classes high while in school, expects to have his own body shop someday in the near future. Activities: Football 3, 4. 59 CHRISTINE DOWCETT 17 Gore Street CI Chris, a future nurse, simply wishes "Good Luck" to everyone. Activities: Drama Club; Senior ^tevue; Chemistry Club. SUZANNE DOYLE Sill 88 Vernon St. CI Cheering the Hawks to victory is Sue's number one activity. Activities: Senior Revue; Talent Show; Cheering. ROLAND DUBIE, JR. CII Bumper, who enjoyed the morn- ings with his homeroom neighbor, plans to go on to Junior College. Activities: Hockey; Senior Revue; Talent Show. KAREN DUDDY 229 River Street CI Karen, the secretary of the Ski Club, will never forget the great W.H.S. ski trips. Activities: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary Ski Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Drama Club 3; Homeroom Representative 2; Talent Show 2, 4; Senior Revue; Junior Prom Committee. ROBERT DUDDY 335 Prospect Hill Road CI Next year, Bob hopes to attend either Tufts or Boston College. His favorite subject at W.H.S. was Earth Science. We all know his enthusiasm will stand him in good stead when he tackles the college curriculum. Activities: Silver Lake Touch Football Team; Senior Revue. GERARD L. DUEROMONT S215 41 Francis St. CI and CII Gerry is looking forward to a promising career in Business Ad- ministration. Activities: Track, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Football 4; Senior Revue; Junior Achievement; Talent Show. DENISE DUNHAM Sill 131 Berkley St. Business Denise's favorite class is English with Miss Holland. In the future she plans to become a secretary. FREDERICK DUNLAP 11 Weir Road Going to the with this senior, his attempts at Mr. Walker. Sill CI beach rates high He'll never forget trying to outwit DAVID DUQUETTE Sill 35 Glen Circle Business Dave received an early accept- ance to Mass. Bay Community College, where he will prepare for an accounting career. Dave is an avid sports enthusiast and follows the professional, collegiate and schoolboy contests. When not following sports, he spends his spare time reading. JOHN P. DWYER 10 29 Summit Ave. Drafting John's experience at the Voc should be invaluable to him in his chosen profession as a draftsman. KATHRYN ANNE EASTLER Sill 180 Prospect Hill Rd. CI Kathy, on her free moments, can be seen skiing down the slopes of some New Hampshire mountain. She likes red VW's and enjoys Miss Murphy's English classes. Activities: Dramatic Club; Senior Revue; Ski Club; Pep Squad; Chemistry Club; Yearbook. DORIS EATON 34 Hatherly Rd. Distributive Education Doris is another Waltham lass who will soon be gracing the airways as an airline stewardess. Happy Flying Doris! Activities: D.E.C.A. Club; Mer- chandise Manual Contest; State Leadership Conference, Boston. 61 MEREDITH ANN EDGAR Sill 41 Upton Rd. CII Meredith, better known as "Merry" has plans to become a Medical Secretary. Mr. O'Brien is her favorite teacher. She has a pleasing personality that will be remembered by students and teachers alike. She'll never forget the fun in English with Mr. Pro- hovich. CHARLES H. EGIROUS Sill 65 Stone Rd. CI Charlie, alias Frank Lippencot, or Banjo, will be remembered for his many memorable appearances in the Senior Revue and drama club plays. Activities: Drama Club; Senior Show. NANCY ELLIS Sill 110 Sheffield Rd. CI Too squeamish to be a nurse, Nancy is headed for a career in Physical Therapy. Activities: Senior Revue. SHARON ELLIS 337 River St. Sill CII Sharon can be seen every day at Queen Cleaners eating choco- late chip ice cream with jimmies. Her future plans include being an X-Ray technician. Activities: Senior Revue; Talent Show 4; Drama Club 4; French Club. KAREN ELDRIDGE Sill 31 Essex St. Steno. Karen will never forget her three years at Waltham High. Good Luck in the future, Karen. She can be found every morning on the stairs with Richie and her other friends. Activities: Senior Revue; Year- book; Talent Show 2, 3, 4. MARK JAMES ENIK Sill 15 Newburgh St. CII Mark is noted for his talent in playing the drums. His musical talents will help gain him popu- larity at the college he is going to. Activities: Football ; Hockey; W-Club; Talent Show; Senior Revue. PAUL NORMAN EPSTEIN Sill 150 Sheffield Rd. CI Paul, one of our intellectuals, is also an outstanding trackman, who was stimulated by the challenge of Mr. Vallely's classes. Activities: Track; Math Team 3. MARY FACENDA 27 Addison Rd. Sill CI and CII Mary suggests that there be more stairways at WHS because the "traffic was unbelievable." Activities: Guidance Office III; Girls' Volleyball; Italian Club 3; Latin Club 1 ; G.A.P. 2, 3. 62 PENNY LEE FALCONER 3 Pine Hill Circle CI "Smile!" can be heard from "Pen" while with the kids. When not at a practice, she can be found involved in a little bit of every- thing at WHS. Activities: Pep Squad; Cheer- leader 11, 12; Drama Club 10, 11, 12; Home Room Rep. 11; Chemis- try Club 11; Ski Club 10, 11; Talent Show, 10, 11, 12; Senior Revue 12; Senior Class Secretary 12; Jr. Prom Committee 11. CAMILLE FAMOSI 74 Myrtle Street Business The business world has much to gain from the talent of this lovely young miss who plans to enter secretarial work after Business School. JULIA FAMOSI 48 Lexington St. D.E. Julie will never forget her great times at W.H.S. with the kids. DOLORES ANN FERRO 10 Brown's Avenue Steno Dolores, who plans to become a private secretary, wills to the Freshman Class at the new high school an extra ten minutes for every lunch period. Activities: Senior Revue. HELEN FERRO Sill 124 Summit St. CII This lovely lass was chosen Junior Attendant and Senior Homecoming Queen. Such beautiful eyes! WILLIAM FIORE SI 12 II 760 Lincoln St. CI Bill, a powerful swimmer, was a key figure in the Swim Team's victories. GAIL FITZPATRICK S312 45 La Fayette St. CI Perky Gail loved attending W.H.S. football and basketball games with Terry and the kids. 63 JOSEPH W. FITZPATRICK S112 112 Massasoit St. Business Joe's Camaro will keep him busy until he becomes a computer technician. MARSHA FLANAGAN S112 16 Cedar St. Business Marsha enjoyed being in Mrs. Czarnowski's English class three years in a row. ALBERT FLANDERS S112 84 Mallard Way CI "Buddy's" fine contributions to our hockey team at W.H.S. will always be remembered. MARY-BETH 27 Alder St. FLYNN S112 CI Mary-Beth came to W.H.S. as a junior from Our Lady's High School in Newton. Best of luck in the future, Mary-Beth. CHARLES C. FOLEY S112 27 Crestview Rd. Bus. Charlie wills a bell to his P.O.D. teacher, so that she will no longer have to clap her hands for attention. Activities: Jr. Police Assoc; Horeback Riding; M.Y.F. Church; Watching submarine races. JOHN FOLEY 209 Linden St. S112 CII GEORGE FOX 24 52 Hillcrest Rd. Electronics Foxy can be found with his friends working on Joe's Hemi M.G. RUTHELLEN FRARY S112 74 Princeton Ave. CII Ruth's happiest moments at W.H.S. were the long talks in the corridors with her many friends. Activities: Senior Musical Revue; Sophomore House Office; English Office; Library Council. Jackie says he would like to walk the length of the New Jersey turnpike someday. His other future plans include college. Mr. O'Brien elected him "Glom of the Year— 1967-1968." Activities: Ski Club. 64 ROBERT FRASER 13 55 Walnut Street Carpentry Bob's skills in woodworking will be put to good use when he sets out to build his own houses. MARK FREEMAN S010 9 Moore Street Business Mark thinks that Mr. Curry's math class is out of sight. A career in the furniture business, preferably in sales, awaits Mark after he completes business col- lege. LORRAINE ELLEN FROST S112 22 Yetten Terrace CI Lorrie is best remembered by her active participation in class debates — especially with Mr. Walk- er in P.O.D. Activities: Talent Show; Senior Musical Revue. DANIEL RUSSELL FURBUSH S112 26 Boynton St. CI "To give everything; and yet give more; Never stopping, even at the end Live." Activities: Senior Class Pres.; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Sr. Revue. ROMA MARGARET GA'L S112 25 Sanderson Rd. CI Long blonde hair is the first thing you notice about Roma. She plans to study art and to enrich her talent for Spanish Classical Guitar. Activities: Drama Club; Art Club. GERARD GAGNON S112 154 Willow St. CII "Gerry," whose idol was Mr. O'Brien, aspires to become a great electrical engineer. 65 JOSEPH PAUL GANGI 24 155 Willow St. Electronics "Kid Whitey" can be found blowing the doors off Tasca's Ford at Epping. Activities: Student Council. GAIL ELIZABETH GANNON 80 Oak St. CII Gail insists that Study was her favorite class. She plans to go to college. Activities: Chorus; Junior Prom Committee; Pep Squad 4. FREDERICK GARDINER S112 12 Bright St. CII Fred plans to abolish all other sports and to make tennis the national pastime. He also hopes to conquer the world someday! Activities: Tennis Team. SUSAN LETTIE GARDNER S112 400 Lincoln St. CI Sue can be seen around school with her friends. Future plans include going to Westfield and majoring in Languages. Good luck, Sue. Activities: Language Lab Assist- ant 1, 2, 3; Senior Musical Revue; Talent Show 2; Ski Club 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2. PATRICIA GATTA S112 254 Lowell St. CII Patty, will alw ays be remembered as a regular, fried- clam customer at Sal's. She hopes that Mrs. Czarnowski's great teaching will contribute to her success as a social worker. Activities: French Club; Ski Club; Talent Show; Pep Squad. RONALD GAUDET 82 Guinan St. S112 CI Ron is known for having a good sense of humor. His favorite class is P.O.D. with Mr. Walker, and he hopes to be a history teacher. He enjoys attending football, basket- ball, and hockey games. GISELE PAULETTE GAUVIN S112 75 Adams St. Business Gisele, an ardent waterskier, will soon be traveling the airways as an airline stewardess. Activities: Softball. ROBERT F. GAUVIN S112 26 Neighbors Lane CII Barber school is in the future for this senior who especially enjoys Studies and working on his car. Activities: Football; Hockey. 66 WAYNE GEBHARDT S112 20 Friend St. CII After college, Wayne would like to program computers. M r . Sweeney's computer math class was always fun and interesting. Activities: Band; Library Coun- cil; Senior Revue. MARY GENOVA S112 144 College Farm Rd. CI Mary, who is noted for her enthusiastic motoring, hopes to channel her drive into becoming an outstanding pharmacist. Activities: Tennis Team; Latin Club; Italian Club; Senior Musi- cal Revue; F.T.A. JAMES MICHAEL GEOGHEGAN S112 159 Newton St. CII "Jimmy". has a promising career ahead of him as one of Uncle Sam's staunch law-enforcement agents. Activities: Russian Club. PETER C. GENTILE S213 10D Prospect Hill Lane CII Pete plans to enter the Air Force upon graduation. After his military obligation is completed, he hopes to attend Lowell Tech in preparation for a career in elec- tronics. Pete likes boating — dis- likes shaving. VIRGINIA MARY GIANNETTI S112 82 Russell St. CII Virginia is most noted for her good sense of humor. This will be a great aid to her when she becomes a nurse. Activities: Drama Club; Pep Squad. ANTHONY D. GIARDINA S112 355 Bacon St. Business After serving in the Marines, this active weight lifter plans to invent a slower typewriter. Activities: Racing Cars; Bowling; Church Club. GAIL MARIE GILLIS S112 16 Francis St. CII Gail can usually be seen run- ning to her classes with her animal crackers. She plans to become an airline secretary. Activities: Senior Musical Revue; Drama Club 4; Talent Show; Ski Club 2, 3, 4. FERNANDE MARIE GIROUARD S113 149 Robbins St. General Marie's favorite haunt was Bur- ger King. She hopes to become a successful hairdresser after grad- uation. 67 ROBERT WARREN GLEDHILL S113 24 Greenwood Ln. CI The "Rope" should he one of the most outstanding contenders for the USA at the 1972 Olympics. Future plans also include Prep School. We are sure that he will succeed. Activities: Home Room Rep.; Cross Country; Ski Club; Talent Show; Musical Revue; Outdoor Track. STEPHEN GLIDDEN S115 33 Temple Road Auto Me. Steve can usually be seen with Bob, Chris and Danny working on his motorcycle. Someday he may be working on it in his own garage ! TERRANCE ARTHUR GOGUEN S113 38 Bigelow Road C1I Terry enjoys a good joke now and then at the cafe studies. He still wears his St. Mary's ring. Well, next year he should have one from Newton Junior College. ROBERT E. GOLDBERG S113 71 Ravenswood Rd. CI Bob, a favorite among his classmates, could always be counted on to liven up a dull class with his great sense of humor. LAURA GOLDSMITH S113 73 Copeland Street. CI Laura plans to be a journalist after graduation, and we are told that she is going to bring cream cheese and olive sandwiches for her lunch. She also hopes to travel to Spain. A ctivities : Student Council; Spanish Club; Ski Club. MARILYN GORDON S113 22 Ellery Rd. CI Lynn's favorite activity is draft- ing a cast and an audience for the Cabaret, or being on an All-Star badminton team. Her favorite 'Steve did this," or that," or just plain saying is "Steve did "Steve." A ctivities : Chemistry Club ; Ski Club; Mr. Levey's Office. PETER GRANT S112 23 Underwood Park CI "PAB" was an active member in the Senior Musical Revue. Best of luck to you, Peter, in whatever you do. MARIE GREEN S113 24 Dix St. Honors, CI Marie's pleasant appearance, her analytical mind, and her charming personality are qualities that will make her a success in her ambition to become a math teacher. Activities: Chemistry Club; Phys- ics Club; F.T.A.; Math Team; Chorus; Drama Club; Mr. Levey's and Mr. Belliveau's Offices. 68 THOxMAS DAVID GREENWAY 15 24 Paula Beth St., Littleton Auto Mechanics Tom's mechanical skills should he invaluable when he enters Uncle Sam's army. JEANNE GREGORICUS S113 79 Temple Rd. General Jeanne would like to attend a business school next year. Activities: Senior Office 4; Soph- omore Office 4. LYNNE G. GREGORICUS S113 302 Crescent St. Steno This talented senior should make a name for herself in the art field as a successful Commercial Artist. PAULA ANN GROTH SI 13 75 Beaver St. CI You can find Paula with her friends eating their favorite foods, cheeseburgers and Chinese food. Her main ambition is to attend college. SHEKYL LEE CULLOTT1 SI 13 130 Brown St. Business Shcryl plans to attend "Ken- neth's of Kramingham" in her pursuit of a career in cosmetology. Plain boiled Chinese rice and pork strips are her favorite foods. DAVID GUZZI S113 63 South Street Business David plans to work after High School and eventually go into the service. "Good Luck Dave!" sa> friends Dick. Scott, and Ron. 69 ANNETTE HACHE S113 135 Adams Street Steno. Annette's plans for the future lean towards executive secretarial work after attending St. Thomas Aquinas. DAVID HACHEY SOU 190 Weston St. Work Study Playing an instrument and col- lecting coins take up most of David's spare time. DIANE HACHEY S113 196 Weston St. Business Diane leaves this motto to future stenographers. Remember all the steno's. Do's and Don'ts of the CHRISTOPHER HAGGER S113 68 Worcester Lane Honors, CI Perhaps the greatest moment for Chris was when he won $100.00 in the Kingsbury Temperence Essay Contest. The French he learned in Mrs. Johnson's class came in handy when he traveled to Europe in the summer of '68. Activities: Drama Club 3, 4; Sr. Revue; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Phi Beta Kappa Award 3; Brandeis Student 4; Yearbook Staff 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Debate Club 3; Newspaper Staff 4. i * *. I ? -•> LAUREL HALLORAN 1176 Trapelo Rd. Distributive Ed. The antics of this fun-loving senior kept all of her homeroom friends amused. JAMES HALSTEAD S113 51 Temple Rd. CII Jim spends most of his time enjoying the privileges of being a teenager . . . the tradition of hanging out at Brigham's and all those strawberry cokes. RUSSELL ALAN HAMMOND 118 Virginia Road CI, II '"Rusty," having a long list of school activities, is most noted for his excellent basketball playing. Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Musical Revue 4; Sophomore Class Pres. ; Junior Class Pres.; Student Council; "W" Club; Alternate Homeroom Rep. 4; Talent Show 4; Tennis 3, 4. 70 THOMAS JOSEPH HANLEY 37 Cedarwood Avenue Electronics Tom plans to become an elec- tronic engineer by way of Went- worth Institute and Northeastern University. Activities: Horseback Riding; Scu- ba Diving; Bowling; Senior Year- book. IRENE HARPER 152 Ash Street CI, II Irene, a future hairdresser, en- joyed her Spanish classes at WHS. Maybe she may introduce a new mode (Spanish) in women's hair styling. Activities: Senior Musical Revue. JOHN S. HART 6 Tajlea Road, Littleton Metal Fabrication John, who is Navy bound, says, "A constant friend is a thing rare and hard to find." PATRICIA HART 11 Falmouth Road Pat would in the future to surf and bask in the sun. Business ove to go to Hawaii ANN ELIZABETH HARRINGTON 47 Banks Street Business Ann is an avid professional sports fan. She follows all the local teams, but the Boston Bruins rate tops. Katharine Gibbs School is her goal upon graduation. AJNNE LOUISE HARVEY 43 Christopher Road CII This vivacious senior reluctantly bids farewell to the hallowed halls of old WHS and the many friends she had there. Activities: Senior Revue SUSAN JANE HARVEY 157 Temple Road College With a smile she says she'll never forget Mrs. Czarnowski's English Class, and the Senior Revue, and pizza at the Chateau. Sue plans to become a teacher. Activities: Drama Club; Secretary of Drama Club 4; Chem Club; German Club; Ski Club; Pep Squad; Senior Revue. CEORGE WILLIAM HARVIE 66B Hansen Road Carpentry "When poverty comes in the door, love flies out the window, George." He loves dancing and Chinese Food. Activities: Bowling; Dancing. JACK HASKELL 55 Gregory Street CH Jack's future plan is to go on to college. He likes music and spends most of his time after school working with his band, The Blue Diamonds. STEPHEN HAWKINS S113 14 Fairfax Rd. CII Steve's warm personality will always be remembered by the many friends he made at WHS, both faculty and student alike. KAREN HAYES 22 Townsend Street CI "Hoopey" plans to attend col- lege next year. She will never forget Miss Scully's English Class. Activities: Ski Club; Drama Club; French Club. SUSAN PATRICIA HEINTZ 37 Chase Road CI Due to Mrs. Czarnowski's in- fluence, Sue hopes to major in English. She is often seen at dances with Rich. Her three loves — veal parmigian, The Temp- tations, and Herman. Activities: Drama Club; Chemis- try Club; Talent Show; Senior Revue; F.T.A.; Basketball; Ski Club. BRIAN JOHN HENNESSEY 91 Longfellow Road CII Brian spends his spare time watching Ice Hockey and dream- ing about the traveling he plans to do after graduation. JOAN VIRGINIA HESSION 95 Parkview Road Honors, CI, CII Our active yearbook editor de- sires to become a special educa tion major, and mentally retarded, and responsibility that assure us of success. Activities: Debate Club; Drama Club; F.O.R.U.N.; Summer Youth Theatre; Yearbook. to teach the Determination are qualities Joan's future JEAN MARIE HILL 88 Gardner Street CI "The greatest lesson high school can teach you is the value of friends," says Jean, who plans to be an elementary school teacher. Activities: F. LA.; WHS Chorale; Pep Squad; Senior Revue. RAYMOND HILLSON, JR. 50 Sartell Road CI "Some men see things as they are, and say "Why?" and some men see things as they could be, and say "Why not?" Activities: Chemistry Club; Chess Club; Drama Club; Piano; Honor Society. 72 MICHAEL FRANCIS HINES S113 15 Albermarle Rd. CII Michael plans to go on to college and study forestry. He is interested in cars and also plays hockey for two out-of-town leagues. Activities: Basketball. ROBERT HINES S114 103 Myrtle St. CI College-bound Bob enjoyed the lunches at W.H.S. and found Mr. Foley's math classes intellectually rewarding. DIANE HOPKINS S114 30 Kingston Rd. Honors, CI Diane, easily one of the most intelligent students at Waltham High, is assured of success in college. JAMES RICHARD HOFFSES 24 138 Brown St. Electronics Jimmy enjoyed much popularity with his friends in the electronics department at the Vocational. BRIAN HORENSTEIN S114 69 Barbara Rd. CII Brian enjoys the 2:30 bell more than anything else at Waltham High. He hopes to go on to college and take up marketing. ANN HORRIGAN S114 197 Chestnut St. Business Whatever Ann decides to do in the future, we all hope that she will be successful. KATHLEEN HOKKICAN 197 Chestnut St. General As a senior at WHS, Kathy enjoyed all of the football games. 73 FREDERICK HOWLEY S215 26-6 Garden Lane CII Fred hopes to join the Air Force after college. Keep those jets roaring. DANIEL H. HUNT 12 3 Snow Drive, Littleton, Mass. Metal Fabrication "I will never forget the great times I had at the Vocational with John, Kyle, and Richie." m *&ii y ■ t- ,)> j fl ^r' " ^H ■\**mltSmKF mm DONNA MARIE HURLEY S114 53 Robbins St. CII Donna's favorite class at W.H.S. was Math with Mr. O'Brien. Future plans include college. Activities: Senior Revue; Pep Squad. STANLEY JAKSINA S114 37 Clements Rd. Honors, CI We all know that Stanley will establish himself as one of our space age physicists or mathema- ticians. DIANE E. JENKINS S114 59 Crestview Rd. CI All of Diane's friends agree that Diane is most noted for her outgoing personality. ELIZABETH JENKINS S114 18 Caldwell Rd. Business Betty, who liked English with Mr. Collins almost as much as Chinese food, plans to show what she has learned when she goes to I.B.M. school. Activities: Ski Club; Talent Show; Senior Revue; Main Office Spanish Club; Archery. JANICE JIGARJIAN S114 56 Rosewood Dr. CI Jan is our girl on campus with a great smile and a fantastic personality to match. She fre- quents Brigham's with her friends. After Jan finishes college she plans to become an elementary school teacher. Activities: Senior Revue; Spanish Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. SUSAN JIGARJIAN S114 578 Trapelo Rd. Business Susan's favorite expression is "Are you kidding'.'"' Next year she plans to attend a business school. 74 CARLA JOHNSON SI 14 32 Bigelow Rd. CI Carla states that her favorite teacher is Miss Cairnes and because she enjoys math she plans to major in it in college. Activities: Drama Club; National Honor Society. CHRISTINE ELNA JOHNSON S114 424 Forest St. CI, CII Chris enjoys skating and singing in the Chorale. A present student at hairdressing school, she hopes to continue her career as a stylist. Activities: Band 2; Chorale 3, 4; Homeroom Rep.; Library Council 3, 4; Senior House 3. LINDA D. JOHNSON S114 110 Woodlawn Ave. CI This busy senior, who enjoys popular dancing, has college in her future. Activities: Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; Junior Class Senator; Junior Achievement Vice Presi- dent 3; English Office 4. DOUGLAS C. JONES S114 140 Weston St. CII "Tugboat" enjoyed W.H.S. so well that he plans to go to col- lege and become a teacher him- self. Activities: Rifle. PETER JONES 82 Middlesex Rd. S114 CII Our co-captain of the basketball team thinks Miss Koledo's class is the most. Pete can be seen fooling around with his friends in the corridors of W.H.S. Generally there are a few girls around there also. ROBERT JONES 148 Lakeview Ave. SI 14 CII Bob plans ahead for a college education. Chef class was espec- ially amusing to him with all the varied activities that took place there. Activities: Football; Hockey. HENRY JOYAL S114 157 Longfellow Rd. CI All of "Rooky's" friends will remember his witty remarks, and fun-loving nature. Activities: Hockey; Spanish; W-Club Senior Revue; Talent Show. STEVEN JOYAL 58 Prentice St. Steve finds hockey front of Brigham's source of amusement. Activities: Football; Tennis. SI 14 Bus. practices in a constant Hockey ; CYNTHIA ANNE JURJURIAN S114 204 Doty Street CI Cindy, one of Waltham High's shortest seniors, has big ideas for the future. She wants to be an elementary school teacher so the children can look up to her for a change. Activities: Pep Squad 4; Chorus 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Senior Revue. WILLIAM KADZIS SI 14 70 Marlborough Road CI Bill will always remember the many laughs he had in Mr. O'Brien's classes. Activities: Ski Club; Swim Team. ROBERT G. KANE 11 85 Dale St. Machine Bob enjoyed his machine theory class taught by Mr. Lando and plans to enter the service after graduation. ROBERT CHARLES KAUPELIS SOU 13 Oak Street Work Study Bob enjoys his Law class and dancing. He plans to continue school after graduation. STEPHEN J. KAVANAGH S115 28 Marlton Rd. CI, CII ''Kav" wishes to the incoming classes all the pleasant times and rewarding experiences that were his while at W.H.S. Activities: Golf 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Interact 4. JEAN KAVEY SI 14 26 Van Vechten St. Business Jean, who hopes to become F. Lee Bailey's legal secretary, had many laughs in English with Mr. Collins. Activities: Pep Squad; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Revue. PAMELA DIANE KAY S114 22 Hatherly Road CI Pam will always remember Mrs. Fleming's "cluckers' lab." Activities: W.H.S. Chorale 3, 4; Pep Squad 4; Senior Revue. PAUL EDWARD KEANE 51 Bennett St. CII "Ducky" can usually be found in the gym playing basketball. He enjoyed Mr. O'Brien's math class. Activities: Basketball; Spanish Club; Senior Revue. 76 ROBERT KEEFE S114 29 Wamsutta Ave. CI Most of Bob's free time is spent at the Super Market. Bob's favorite class is Math and his favorite teacher is Mr. Prohovich. His future plans are to attend a junior college. WILLIAM FRANCIS KEEFE S114 46F Prospect Hill Road CII The basketball team will never forget their student manager. We thank you, Bill, for everything you've done and wish you the best of luck. Activities: Student Manager of Basketball Team 2, 3, 4; "W" Club 4. GUY KEENAN 11 180 Hammond St. Machine "Buffalo," who hopes to go to college, should do as well as an Olympic star if his athletic prowess at W.H.S. was any indi- caticn of his abilities. Activities: Track; Swimming. MARTHA VERONICA KELLEY S115 9 Robbins Street CI Outgoing Martha plans to go on to college and become a teacher. She is as sweet as the candy she sold at Cronin's candy counter. Activities: F.T.A.; Senior Revue; Girls' Sports. STEVEN KENNEN S115 20 Nathan Road CI, CII Math with Mr. O'Brien was a favorite with Steve. The intrica- cies of football strategy are now better understood. Activities: DeMolay; Basketball; U.S.Y. Vice-Pres. ; Jr. Assistant Homeroom Rep.; Connie Mack Baseball Team. LEO C. KILEY 92 Francis Street CI, II After graduation Leo hopes to go to Northeastern University. 77 KATHLEEN MARIE KING S115 49 Emmeline Ave. CII Kathy's future plans include a career in nursing. Her favorite sports are horseback riding, swim- ming and bowling. KATHLEEN MARIE KIRRANE S115 CI courage to face the strength to 31 Sunset Road "Give me the the world, and change it." Activities: Ski Club 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Junior Achieve- ment; Senior Prom Committee. KAREN LORRAINE MARIE KRAHN S115 110 Smith Street CII Karen can be seen at most of the football games. Her plans for the future include nursing. Eng- lish with Mr. Prohovich was her favorite class. Amen! DAVID KROMER S115 85 Greenwood Lane Dave can usually be seen in the cafe gulping down those delicious school lunches. STEPHEN B. KROMER S115 85 Greenwood Lane CII Steve threatens, "Things better change when I come back to Waltham 20 years from now." THERESA MARIE LACROSSE S115 47 Potter Road CI Terry enjoys Math Class with Miss Bowen. Her future plans include elementary school teach- ing. Activities: Italian Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; Talent Show 2, 4; Ski Club 3; FTA 3, 4; Pep Squad 3,4. ROXANNE LALIME S115 43 Farnsworth Street Steno "Rocky," or "Smarty Pants," claims the best part of school is when the two-thirty bell rings. Activities: Mr. Hood's Office; going to football games. 78 MAUREEN ANN LALLY S115 245 Totten Pond Road Business Muffy, whose favorite class is shorthand with Miss Mooney, would like a future in data processing. Activities: Working in IBM room; Horseback Riding. GARY LAMONT S115 138 Woerd Ave. CI Gary, who enjoys working on his car, is still undecided about his future. He plans to enter either the service or college. THOMAS FRANCIS LANDRY S115 86 Summit St. CI Tom is most noted for his straight-faced sense of humor and warm, pleasing personality. He states, "There is no substitute for experience." Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3; Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Revue. PAMELA KATHERINE LANG S115 83 College Farm Rd. CI Pam, who enjoys food, playing the guitar, and horseback-riding, can always be seen going to her favorite class, Spanish. Her future plans include majoring in Spanish and joining the Peace Corps. WARREN G. LANG 15 83 College Farm Rd. Auto Mechanic Warren plans to join the Army and hopes to live in California. ILONA LANGE S115 96 Washington Ave. CII, Business "Illy" enjoys her English class the most. She can always be found with Estelle and Linda. Her future plans include college. Activities: Drama Club; Red Cross Representative; Senior Re- vue. ALFRED KYLE LANGHILL 12 269 Crescent Street Met. Fab. Al, who plans to enter the service after graduation says, '■Shop and classes were great." Activities: Junior Class Treasurer, Student Council. MARY LaROSA S115 10 Founding Ave. CI "Youth is the beauty of friend- ship and friendship brings happi- ness and love." Activities: Italian Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 4; Senior Revue. 79 SUSAN ANNE LA ROSSE SI 15 163 Plympton St. CII Sue can be seen rollerskating frequently at the Wal-Lex. She plans to become an elementary school teacher. LEO M. LAWLESS S115 52 Curve St. CII Leo is fondly remembered by the Drama Club for his part in Tartujfe, and for his active par- ticipation in other Drama Club activities. Activities: Drama Club. JOHN E. LAZARO SI 18 197 Hammond St. CII "Booster" says to his friends, "Remember the good times at Frenchie's." A ctivities : Football ; Homeroom Alternate Representative. ALDERIC LE BLANC 13 5 Mt. Pleasant St. Carpentry Joe looks forward to a career in architecture. He is especially- grateful to Mr. Russell and Mr. Stanley who came to his aid when he needed it. ALLAN LE BLANC S115 9 Lakeview Terrace CII "Spooly" can be seen at most WHS dances. Futue plans are to enter into the data processing field. Activities: Home Room Rep.; Senior Revue; Talent Show. BRUCE LE BLANC S115 18 Day St. Business Guitar-playing Bruce spent a great deal of time trying to stay out of trouble. He plans to enlist in the army or go into the printed circuit field. DAVID LE BLANC 14 51 Guinan St. Printing David, who plans to join the Navy, states, "Mankind's happiest times are the blank pages in history." DONALD THOMAS LeBLANC SOU 144 Summer Street Don, plans to become a master electrician. Good luck to you' 8a FRANCIS LE BLANC 14 35-A Common St. Printing Fran, who plans to be a restaurant manager, reveals that "I never saw a moor, I never saw the sea: Yet know I how the heather looks, and what a wave must be." KATHERINE LE BLANC SI 15 152% School St. Stenographic Kathy's most enjoyable moments were spent working in Mr. Hood's English office. PAULINE LE BLANC SI 17 35A Common St. Business Pauline plans to become a secretary for a large corporation and perhaps travel to Europe. RHEAL J. LE BLANC 24 I never thought this year would ever come. Work and passions made it happen. RITA MARIE LEBLANC S117 5 Mt. Pleasant CI "Forget not the past, but always look on for the future." Activities: Mr. Levey's Office; Mr. Hood's Office; Mr. Ames' Office; Chemistry Club. BETTY MEE LEE S312 33 Columbus Ave. CI Betty, Waltham's welcome ad- dition from the Orient, plans to enter Emmanuel next year. i CHARLES LEE S117 7 River Ave. CI Chuck will always be remem- bered by his classmates for his outstanding ability on the foot- ball and basketball teams at WHS. Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Vice President of Student Coun- cil; Homeroom Rep. Alt. 81 GARY A. LEFORT S117 156 Dale Street CI Gary's future plans include be- coming a wildlife conservationist. Activities: Debating Club 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 2, 3, 4 ; Program Advisor 4. PAUL J. LEGERE 38 Stearns St. S117 CII Paul, our Hawk captain, has a special affinity for Miss Magrath's cooking class. Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3,4; Track 3, 4. RICHARD G. LEMAY S117 115 Clark Lane CI When "Stick" thinks of W.H.S., he'll remember Mr. Vallely. Those were the days. Activities: French Club 2; Chem- istry Lab Assistant 2; Brandeis Student 4. MICHAEL LEONARD S117 78 Warwick Ave. CI Understanding the problems of democracy (thanks to Miss Cairnes) will surely help this future lawyer. ANITA LERIOU S117 179 Robbins St. CII Anita's favorite class was sew- ing and she would like to further her interest by going into the fashion business. JANET LE SHANE S117 5 Temple Road CI "Seasons change with the scen- ery and the scenery is constantly changing." Activities: French Club; Ski Club; Spanish Club; Senior Re- vue. LINDA ANN LESLIE S117 169 Felton Street Bus. Linda can usually be seen bowling, when she is not thinking of a way to make gym more enjoyable. Future plans include marriage. REBECCA LESTER S117 25 Harland Rd. CI Junior college and then a career as a technical secretary are the plans of this well-liked senior. Activities: Cheerleading (cap- tain); Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volley- ball 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3; Majorette 2; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Sr. Musical Revue; Mirror Subscription Staff. 82 GARY LEWIS S117 93 Riverview Ave. Business Gary plans a career in Data Processing. In preparation for this he would like to attend Grahm Jr. College and then on to Northeast- ern. Activities: Drama Musical Revue. Club ; Senior STEPHEN LILLIS SI 17 55 Boynton St. CI "Benjy" likes week-ends, acting, and Mr. O'Brien's math class. "Lilly" plans to go on to college and become a chef. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3; Chemistry Club; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement 2, 3; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees; Senior Revue. PHYLLIS LOMBARDO S117 138 Vernon St. Business "I leave to next year's seniors the fun and experiences that made life so interesting to me." DANA V. LOPEZ SOU 20 Wamsutta Ave. Work Study Dana's immediate plans include trade school. We all wish him the best of luck. - PAUL LOPEZ 47 Howard St. Mach. Shop Paul, who plans to enter the service, says, "The last three school years were the best of all." WAYNE LAWRENCE LORD S117 36 Sparkill St. CI Wayne intends to major in psychology at Northeastern. He will never forget the fun he had with his friends at W.H.S. Activities: Language Lab Asst. 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2. RAYMOND LORETTE S117 157 Summer Street CI One of the famous end men of the Senior Revue, this college- bound senior will be remembered by football fans for his many fine performances. Activities: Football; Baseball; Senior Revue. ANDREA JEANNE LOUGHRY S117 92 Barbara Rd. Honors ". . . If your hopes should pass away Simply pretend that you can build them again." Activities: Tennis 2, 3, 4; Volley- ball 2; Latin Club 2; French Club— V.P. 2, Pres. 3, 4; Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; Senior Revue; Yearbook. 83 KATHY DIANE LOVEJOY S117 22 Arcadia Ave. CI, CII Kathy, whose favorite class is math with Mr. O'Brien, plans to attend a business college. She is an enthusiastic roller skater who enjoys Italian food and making new friends. DAPHNE ANNE LOWELL S117 18 Chester Ave. Honors Daphne will always be remem- bered for her portrayal of Nurse Preen in The Man Who Came to Dinner. A future actress? Activities: Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4; Year- book; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue. JOHN LYONS 39 Leonard Street Metal Fabrication Shop rated high with John and his friends. He includes college in his plans for the future. Activities: Safety Committee. DONALD CLARK MABIE S117 51 Sanders Lane CI W.H.S. will always remind this senior of crowded corridors, the fun he had in Duke's class, and the long wait for the 2:30 bell. Activities: Swim Team 2; Chess Club 2, 3; Junior Achievement. ROBERT MacCLARY S117 68 Caughey Street CII "Bo" hopes to major in physical education in college. Many thanks from all of us for the many victories you helped the Hawks attain. Activities: Football 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4; "W" Club 3, 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue. STEPHEN LLOYD MacLEOD SOU 68 Chester Lane Work Experience Business Law was one of Steve's favorite classes at W.H.S. After graduation he looks forward to prep school. KEVIN MacKENZIE S117 55 Orange St. CII Kevin's main interest at W.H.S. was Physics. Who knows, maybe we have a future space scientist in our midst! ANNE MacLENNAN S117 601 Lexington St. CI It is said that teachers shape the world, and with Anne as an elementary schoolteacher, what better hands could we be in? Activities: F.T.A. 3, 4; Chemistry Club; Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Revue. 84 N. DOUGLAS MACLENNAN S117 37 Brown St. CI After enjoying a thick juicy steak, Doug likes to go bowling with his many friends. He plans to attend a College of Business Administration after graduation. SANDRA L. MAHONEY S117 11 Underwood Park Business Sandy is most noted for chewing gum in H.R. and getting caught! She plans to become a hairdresser after graduation. Activities: Dancing; Waterskiing. MARJORIE JEAN MALLOY S118 257 Ash Street Business Margie hopes to enjoy a life of leisure for a while. Riding around with the crowd and going to parties are her favorite pastimes. While at W.H.S., Margie enjoyed 5th lunch and English with Mr. Collins. FAITH MALONEY S118 554 Waverly Oaks Rd. Business Faith's career as a secretary may fulfill her desire to travel. Activities: Volleyball. JAMES JOSEPH MANCUSO S118 14 Curtis Street CI Jim, noted for his delicious submarine sandwiches, plans a career in engineering. Activities: Italian Club; Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2. MICHAEL A. MANCUSO 10 17 Hardy Pond Mach. Drafting Mike spent much of his time working for his school in the student government. He is well on his way towards becoming a suc- cessful draftsman. Activities: Student Government; Homeroom Rep.; Jr. Council Member. 85 RICHARD MANCUSO S118 114 Charles St. CI Richie's favorite class was Eng- lish with Mrs. Czarnowski. He was active in the Senior Revue and enjoys the school dances and Sue. Future plans include college and law school. HAROLD MANLEY S118 22 Wellington St. CII Harold hopes to attend a voca- tional school after graduation to further his industrial pursuits. KATHLEEN MANNING S217 28 Overlook Rd. CII Kathy was a late, but welcome arrival to W.H.S. We wish her the best of luck in her future en- deavors. JAMES A. MANTENUTO 12 Kendall Park Metal Fabrication Jim, who enjoyed his three years at the Voc, intends to open his own sheet metal shop after graduation. VINCENT MARCANTONIO S118 58 School Avenue CII Vin's future plans include a career in history and the IBM field. Activities: Baseball; Sports out of school; Work. CHERYL MARTIN S118 12 Wampum Avenue Clerical Nowadays, Cheryl can be seen laughing in the halls of WHS. In the future, she might be found traveling around the world. Activities: Pep Squad; Horseback Riding; Surfing. ELEANOR MARTIN S118 100 Myrtle Street Business Ellie would like to attend a business school next year. 86 LINDA MAURO 17 Wamsutta Avenue D.E. Linda plans to go to hairdress- ing school after graduation. Activities: D.E.C.A. Club; Studies in Marketing Manual. CHARLES McCARTHY S118 91 Hamilton Road Clerical Charlie would like to go to a business school after graduation, and then plans to own his own business. Activities: Audio Visual; French Club; FTA; Swimming; Wres- tling; Junior Achievement. JOHN JAMES McCARTHY S118 22D Dermondy Road CII This active weight lifter plans to make commercial art his vocation. Activities: Weight lifting; Wres- tling. MARY ANN McCARTHY 23 Center St. Business Classmates and teachers alike will always remember Mary Ann for her vivacious personality and laughter. PATRICIA McCORMACK S216 736 Lincoln Street Business Pat's warm smile and personal- ity won her many friends while at W.H.S. We all wish her the best of luck in the future. Activities: Senior Revue; Pep Squad. JANET McCUE 85 Mayall Road Distributive Ed. All of Janet's friends will agree that this senicr's pretty smile will be an asset to a successful future for her. Activities: D.E.C.A.— Pres.; D.E. Leadership Conference; Merchan- dise Information Manual Contest; State Leadership Conference. *- JEFFREY MacDONALl) 20 Chester Lane Carpentry Jeff says that he plans to go into the Air Force where he'll have the chance to see the world from a different point of view. lucienne marie Mcdonald siis 201 Brown St. CI This friendly, blond, blue-eyed senior plans to attend college for the next four years. Lucienne, who is an ardent Beatle fan, defends all boys with long hair. Activities; Italian Club; French Club; National Honor Society. BARBARA ANNE McGANN S118 5B Dermody Rd. Business Anne, who works at the tele- phone company, enjoys Corrado's subs, bowling, drive-in movies and W.H.S. football games. Anne's future plans are still indefinite. Activities: Senior Revue. JOSEPH FRANCIS McGANN S216 96 Church St. CII Joe thinks a great deal of Mr. O'Brien, and he plans to attend college. He is most noted for running over all obstacles to get to the cafe for a delicious lunch. Activities: Football 3. EILEEN McGINTY S118 27 Copley Ave. CII "McGint" hopes to attend secre- tarial school after graduation. Activities: Spanish Club 2. ESTELLE McGONIGLE S118 136 Brown St. CI Estelle enjoys being with her friends, Ilona, Greta, and Jean in and out of school. She hopes to go to college and major in Spanish. Activities: Spanish Club. BARBARA McGOVERN S118 7 Elm Ct. CI Although Mr. O'Brien calls this senior one of his "Screaming Students," most of her classmates remember her as a quiet, attrac- tive and pleasant girl. Activities: French Club; Italian Club. CAROL McGOVERN S118 18 Naviens Lane Clerical Bus. Carol's friends constantly re- mind her of good working habits. This busy senior hopes for a happy career as a secretary. Activities: Talent Show 2; Jr. Prom Committee; Pep Squad 2; Art Club 2; Teen Canteen 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue. . . MICHAEL McGOVERN S118 167 Newton St. CI Much of "Mugga's" high school time was taken up in sports. His experiences and happy personality should help him along in college. Good Luck, Mike! Activities: Vice-Pres. Senior Class; Talent Show; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Golf 3, 4; Russian Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Senior Revue. 88 STEPHEN PAUL McGOVERN S118 51 Farwell Street CII Steve plans to go on to college to become a computer engineer. His favorite class is math with Mr. Sheehan, and he enjoys playing lead for the Regent Blues. BEVERLY ANNE McGRATH S118 17 Hall Street CI Bev's future plans include col- lege and possibly a career as an airline hostess. Activities: Main Office; Mr. Mo- rang's Office; Social Studies Of- fice; Italian Club. JOHN McINNIS S118 11 Crest view Road After serving his country, John hopes to become a sports an- nouncer. Activities: Audio- Visual. FRANCIS GERARD McKENNAE, JR. SOU 10 F Dermody Rd. Work Exp. Frank's favorite class at W.H.S. was Business Law. His future plans include a stint with the Navy. RICHARD FREDERICK MELANSON 101 Forest Park Road, Woburn, Mass. Auto Mech. Dick would like to be remem- bered as a good student who really tried his best. RONALD G. McKENNA S118 33 Gilbert St. CI Ron, alias Ronald MacDonald, can always be found engaged in the "Great Debates" with Mr. Walker. Activities: Interact Club, Treas- urer. marilyn Mclaughlin siis 475 Trapelo Rd. CI This peppy cheerleader particu- larly enjoyed her English class with Mrs. Grant at W.H.S. After graduation, Marilyn intends to further her education in college. Activities: H.R. Rep. 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Cheerleading 4; Chemistry Club 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Italian Club 3, 4; Senior Revue; Talent Show; Mirror Staff 3, 4; Subscription Ed. 4. ALBERT McMAHON S118 789 Lincoln St. CII In college Albert will find that his favorite chemistry class was invaluable. Activities: Swim Team 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Cross Country 3. 89 BARBARA McMANUS S213 89 Chester Lane Business Barbara's motto is, "Speed and accuracy!" She applied this well in Mrs. Dorin's filing class. GILLIAN McNAMARA S213 Jill and her friends always enjoyed chasing the pigeons off the grass before gym. PAUL A. McPHERSON S213 68 Stow St. CII Paul's main goal is having the stamina to become a state police- man after completing service in the Air Force. Paul's ability will certainly enable him to carry out his plans. Activities: Track. JULIE MELANSON S213 57 Jacqueline Rd. Clerical "Like you read about" says this smiling senior as she enjoys "life." Dancing is high on her list nf favorites along with Mr. Collura's English class. Activities: Talent Show; Home- room Rep.; Senior Revue. DENNIS J. McSHANE S213 68 Barbara Rd. CI, CII "Dennis, where are you?" yells Mr. Thibault as Dennis is kept busy teaching students here to run equipment in the language lab. He plans to attend college. Activities: Language Lab Assist- ant; Italian Club. REGINALD LAURIE MELANSON S213 Playing an instrument and play- ing hockey are tops with Reggie. JOSEPH MICHAEL MERRULLO 5 Chase Road Joe would like history teacher and a sport as well. Activities: Golf Team Basketball. S213 CII to become a perhaps coach Intramural DAWN LORRAINE MICHELL S213 159 Florence Road CI Dawn enjoys dancing and loves to travel. Future plans include a career in commercial art and modeling. Activities: Senior Musical Revue; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Costume and Pester Chairman; Chemistry Club; German Club; Yearbook Staff. 90 DONALD LAWRENCE MICKALSON S213 33 Sparkhill Street CII Donald thinks a lot about Mr. Fleming, and he plans to attend the University of Massachusetts. He loves working at the Star Market. LOUIS MILINAZZO S213 116 College Farm Road CII "Rick," an easy-going boy, wants to open his own restaurant some day. His favorite hobbies are dancing and skiing. JUDITH MILIOTO S213 151 Felton Street CI Judy's favorite class was Eng- lish with Miss Thompson. Best of luck to this future secretary. DOUGLAS E. MILLER S213 17 Emmeline Avenue CI "I hope that everyone's plans come true, and each graduate of W.H.S. Class of 1969 lives happily doing what he wants most to do." <s MARGARET JEANNE MITCHELL S213 187 South Street Business Peggy could always be seen working behind stage during Sen- ior Revue, Talent Show, and Drama Club productions. PATRICIA LOUISE MOGAN S213 39 Dartmouth St. Honors Pat, W.H.S.'s only National Merit Semi-Finalist of '69, may also become one of Yale's first women graduates. Activities: Latin Club 2; "This Week at W.H.S." 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; F.O.R.U.N. 2, 3, Pres. 4; Nat'l. Honor Society 3, Pres. 4; Library Council 3; Mr. Levey's Office 2, 3,4. ROGER McELROY S215 48 Tolman St. CI, CII After graduation Roger's plans include a possible career in fores- try. Anilities: Physics Club; Chem- istry Club. ROBERT A. MONGEON 48 Potter Road Metal Fabrication Although shop and classes were fun, Bob says his classmates and teachers really made it. His future plans arc to enter the service. Activities: Student Government Council. 91 DAVID MONTAGNO S213 75 Hibiscus Ave. Bus. After graduation Dave would like to attend Huntington or New- man Prep. Dave's spare time dur- ing high school was occupied by his part time job at the Super Market. MARY JANE MONTGOMERY S213 258 Bear Road Bus. You can usually hear Mary Jane yelling "You're kidding" as she walks down the hall to economics with Angie. She plans to go to secretarial school. Activities: Basketball; Softball; Prom Committee; Talent Show; Senior Revue. CYNTHIA MOORE 66 Crestview Rd. S213 CI Cindy's ambition is to go to college and then enter the Peace Corps. We wish you success! MARILYN TEREASA MORAN S213 19 Jacqueline Road Bus. Artistic Marilyn can usually be found either painting or hunting in Ashland. She plans to be a commercial artist. Activities: Archery ; Sewing; Bowling. CYNTHIA MORGAN S213 832 Moody St. CII Cindy plans to see as much of the world as possible before attending nursing school. MARSHALL JOHN MORRELL S213 14 Brookway Rd. CII Marshall can be found at Hamp- ton Beach during the summer. But if you want him before school, your best bet is to check Sal's restaurant. Activities: Ski Club. LEONARD MORRISON 11 17 Tomlin St. Machine Leonard should find his desire for travel satisfied in the Navy. PATRICIA MORRISON S213 73 Upland Road Bus. "'One sub coming up!" cries ChiChi as she busily works at Corrado's with Donna. She hopes to manage the store in the future. Activities: Senior Revue; Talent Show; Softball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2. 92 JO-ANN MOSCA 59 Cleveland Rd. Distributive Education After leaving W.H.S., Jo-Ann will be swept off into the sea of matrimony. Activities: D.E.C.A. Treasurer; Talent Show. GARY THOMAS MOULTON S213 37 Warwick Ave. CII Gary wants to attend Eastern Michigan University next year. Activities: Swimming Team 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS WILLIAM MUISE S213 90 Marivista Ave. CII Franny, whose favorite class was economics, plans to enter college or the Navy after graduation. JOSEPH A. MUISE, JR. S213 217 South St. Honors "I'd like to will Mr. Vallely some "good chalk" and a year's supply of fresh air." Activities: Chorus 3, 4; Youth Fellowship; District and All-State Chorus; Public Relations for Chorus; German Club 4; Treas- urer, German Club 4; Brandeis Rep; German Tutor 4. JEANNE MARIE MULA S213 16 Alderwood Rd. CI The Senior Revue and Talent Show would not have been the same without this active senior who contributed her talent to producing these performances. Activities: Ski Club; Jr. Prom Ccmmittee; F.T.A.; H.R. Repre- sentative. SANDRA MULA S213 37 Potter Road CI For relaxation and entertain- ment, Sandy enjoys horseback riding and water skiing. Activities: Italian Club 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Senior Revue; Talent Show 4; Yearbook Sub- scription. y \ . RICHARD MULLIN S213 11 Augustus Rd. CI A lover of all sports, Rick particularly enjoys skiing, horse- back riding, baseball, and hockey. Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Ski Club. 93 DEBORAH MURPHY S214 710 Lexington St. Business "Farewell to W.H.S." says Debby, who hopes to become a medical secretary. JANET MURPHY S115 167 College Farm Rd. CI Music is Jan's greatest pastime. She enjoys listening to songs more than talking to people. Activities: Ski Club. MARYLOU MURPHY S214 27 Lakeview Terrace Business Water skiing, horseback riding, watching T.V. and going for Chinese food are Lou's favorite pastimes. Activities: Talent Show. DAVID MURRAY S214 101 Hatherly Rd. CII Dave, known for his witty jokes and sharp sense of humor, loves swimming and plans to attend college to pursue a career in psychology. Activities: Swim Team; Ski Club (treasurer); Senior Revue; Talent Show; H.R. Representative. RICHARD MURRAY S214 35 Beechwood Rd. CI Richie, who's always on time, plans to go to law school after attending Northeastern University. Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Committee; Senior Revue; Ski Club 4; Drama Club 4; Middlesex Math Fair; Intramural Basketball 2; Yearbook. MICHAEL NAJARIAN S214 40 Smart St. CII Michael would like to go into commercial aviation as well as the Air Force Reserve. He says ,he likes living in Massachusetts, specifically Waltham. Activities: Soccer. MARLA NAUGHTON S214 CI 1 Brookway Court Mr. Foley's math class was a favorite with this college-bound senior who wishes everycne good luck. Activities: Girls' Sports; Talent Show; Senior Revue; Guidance Asst.; Jr. Prom Committee. PAULA JEAN NEARY S214 68 Cedar St. Business "Farewell to the good cafe! ! !" Activities: Mr. Morang's Office; Talent Show; Cheering at football games. 94 JOHN JOSEPH NEDZA HR15 22 Hansen Rd. Auto Mechanics Johns enthusiasm for driving trucks may well lead him to become a truck commander in the service. RICHARD ELLIOT NESSOLINI S214 112 Longfellow Rd. CII Between school, the rifle club, and the dog track, Rick is kept busy most of the time. Rick, who is a distinguished expert on the rifle team, also enjoys bowling. Future plans include college. SCOTT NEWELL S215 42 Charlotte Rd. Honors, CI Scott plans to catch some of the Florida sun while majoring in psychology during the next four years. DIANE NOLAN HR. 20 8 Common St. Apt. 10 Distributive Ed. Diane loves any kind of dancing and hopes to become a dancing teacher after graduation. J STEPHEN MORRIS NIX S214 155 Myrtle St. CII Steve hopes to become a lawyer after serving a hitch in Uncle Sam's Navy. EDWARD THOMAS NOONAN JR. S214 44 Sartell Road CII Eddy aspires to a career in fire-fighting after completing his military obligations. Eddy, an auxiliary fireman, spends most of his spare time in Waltham's fire stations. Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2. ROBERT NOTARTOV1ASO S216 18 Melody CII Bob, a dependable member of the A-V staff, is most noted for his readiness to help. He is also a racing enthusiast and waits for the day he will have his own car. Bob plans to major in psychology. Activities: Audio-Visual Staff. WILLIAM DAVID NURSE S214 17 Summit Avenue Honors Dave plans to attend law school after graduation. Activities: Football; Basketball; Drama Club; Chem. Club; Stu- dent Council; Talent Show; Sen- ior Revue; Junior Prom Commit- tee. 95 PETER A. NUTILE III S214 24 Brookway Court CII Ski enthusiast Peter hopes to attend college next year. Activities: Ski Club; Senior Re- vue. VIRGINIA LEE OATT S214 46 College Farm Rd. CI W.H.S.'s favorite red-head in- cludes college and a new set of tires in her future plans. Activities: Senior Revue; Talent Show; Italian Club; French Club. JUDITH ALLISON O'BRIEN S214 115 Parkview Road CI Judy leaves her fifth lunch jokes to W.H.S. After graduation she looks forward to college and her own art gallery in York. Activities: Jr. Prom Committee; Drama Club 2, 3, 4 Senior Revue; Talent Show; H.R. Rep. 2, 3, 4. KATHY O'BRIEN S214 59 Sartell Rd. Business Kathy hopes to get married and live happily ever after. MICHAEL THOMAS O'DEA S214 10 Trinity Circle CII Mike enjoys reading books at the W.H.S. library. He is always seen at the Cafe, studying fero- ciously with Stan for their German tests. He plans to enter college in September. Activities: Chess Team; Archery Team. JOHN A. O'KANE 89 Colonial Ave. S214 CI Sports-minded John was an asset to the W.H.S. baseball team. We wish you lots of luck in the future, John. Activities: Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council; "W" Club. MAUREEN ELIZAB ETH OLIVETO S214 46 Marlborough Rd. CI "Moe" loves Italian food and English with Miss Koledo. Her ambition is to become an elemen- tary education teacher. Activities: Drama Club 4; Chem- istry Club 3, 4; GAP 2, 3; Italian Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue 4; Latin Club 2. CATHERINE MARY O'LOUGHLIN S214 47 Bennett St. Business The instruction of Miss Mooney and the shorthand course will aid Cathy in the secretarial field after graduation. 96 JOHN D. OMOBONO S214 13 Leitha Drive CII John, a member of the Squires, thinks Mr. O'Brien's Math 5 class is out of sight. One of the senior A. V. department heads, John plans to go to college to further his education. Activities: Art Club, A. V. Dept.; Senior Revue; Talent Show. JAMES O'NEIL 37 Autumn Lane S214 CI Jimmy will always remember Mrs. Westfield's exciting Algebra II class, and all the fun we had. RONALD O'TOOLE SOU 24 Hillcrest St. Workstudy Ron plans to enter the service after graduation. JANICE PAGE 50 Fairmont Ave. S215 CI Janice is usually seen running from chorus or Rainbow or Stu- dent Council Meetings to Brig- ham's. She hopes to become an airline stewardess. Activities: Talent Show; Costume Chairman; W.H.S. Chorus; Senior Revue; Chemistry Club. ELAINE PAGLIAZZO S215 68 Beal Rd. Business Elaine, a cute little senior, enjoys sewing with Miss McGratb and hanging around with Lenore and Marlene. She would like to become an airline stewardess after graduation. Activities: Senior Revue, Archery. DONNA PALMER S215 22 Lowell St. Bus. Donna enjoys sewing drawing, riding and swimming. She plans to make a lot of money. While at WHS she enjoyed English with Mr. Bowman. 97 PATRICIA PALMER S215 92 Chester Lane Business Pat, will miss the great times she had at Waltham High. RICHARD PALMER 12 25 Temple Rd. Metal Fabrication "Shop classes were great, but the Christmas parties were some- thing else, with his friends Kyle, John and Danny." ARTHUR PALUMBO S215 211 Totten Pond Bus. Arthur may not have "a sense of direction" but he is confident that he will continue to play the organ or drums part time while operating his own car tune-up shop. PATRICIA PALUMBO S215 92 Potter Road CI "Keep the faith, baby." says Pat to her friends. Pat's ambition is to become a history teacher. She hopes to attend Salem State. Activities: National Honor So- ciety; F.T.A.; Main Office. NICK PAPPAGERIS S215 38 Piedmont Ave. CII Nick enjoys playing good music. His future plans are to go to the New England School of Art and to become a commercial artist. NORMAN PAQUETTE 13 68 Old Conn. Path Wayland Carpentry "Good Morning Fakers, the one thing I will never forget." CAROLE PARISI S215 47 Woodcliff Drive Honors, CI "Five foot two, eyes of blue." Carole likes to cook and loves to work for Chi Sigma Gamma. She always goes crazy over Laugh-In. "Sock it to me." Carole. Activities: French Club; Chemis- try Club; Drama Club; National Honor Society; Senior Musical Revue. LINDA PARK S215 326 Crescent St. CII Linda hopes to become a hair- dresser after graduation. 98 SHIRLEY A. PARKER 20 25 Yetten Terr. D.E. "The ray of sunshine that shines through the dreary days with a smile." DONALD PARRELLA S214 33 Pierce St. CI, CII "Pinky," our established basket- ball manager, whose future plans include college, enjoys Mr. O'Brien's Math classes. Activities: WHS Band; WHS Basketball Manager; Senior Re- vue. SUSAN PARRELLA S215 134 Bright Street CI "How beautiful is youth! How bright it gleams! With its illu- sions, aspirations, dreams! Book of beginnings, stcry without end, each maid a heroine, and each man a friend ! " Activities: F.T.A.: Italian Club; Chemistry Club; Ski Club; Talent Show; Senior Revue. \ JOYCE H. PARVENIK S215 103 Totten Pond Road CII Joyce, whose favorite class is Math V with Mr. O'Brien, plans to attend college after graduation. Activities: English Office. JOSEPH PASCISCIA S215 98 Warren St. CI After graduation, Joe plans to attend college. JANICE PASSERELLO S215 18 Mt. Ida Terrace CII Jan plans to attend Control Data Institute in preparation for a career in computer program- ming. While at W.H.S. she en- joyed all the activities connected with the Senior Revue and she also enjoyed English with Debby and Kathy. WILLIAM ELLIS PEACE S215 172 Beal Road Honors, CI "Time is but the stream I go fishing in . . ." Activities: French Club 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. i LINDA ANN PEDERSEN 17 Melody Lane Business Linda plans to attend Katherine Gibbs secretarial school. Activities: Chorus; Junior Achieve- ment; Yearbook. 99 Ill ■■" Zm III HI If, SIS HI - PAUL PERILLI S215 36 Eddy St. CI1 Paul liked his POD class with Mrs. Carney. Sometime Paul would like to enter the field of accounting and management. KEVIN PERRY S215 5 Beechwood Road CI Kevin "the aab" can be seen at just about any sports event, either as a spectator or a participant. He enjoys Mr. Fleming's economic classes. Future plans include col- lege and/or the Air Force. Best of luck, Kevin! ANN PETERSON S217 5C Dermrdy Road IV DS After graduation, Ann has the ambition to become a medical secretary. She can often be seen with her friends, Peggy and Barb. GERHARD PETTERSON 18 68G Prospect Hill Rd. Carpentry The Coast Guard is where Gerard is headed after graduation. Later plans include carpentry school. CLAIRE PETERSON 97 Temple Road A secretary is what to become. At WHS, S215 Steno Clair hopes her favorite class was sh r rthand, and her favorite time of day was at 2:30. GEORGE JOSEPH PILLA S215 94 Bright Street CI This jovial senior supports all WHS sports, especially the tennis and basketball teams. George's future plans include accounting and his interest in math with his favorite teacher, Mr. Foley, will help him with his ambitions. Activities: Tennis Team; Inter- act; C.Y.O. DANTE PINTABONE S215 16 Reyem St. CI "If you're not doing anything with your life, it doesn't matter how long it is." Activities: Italian Club; C.Y.O. 100 GEORGE PITTS S215 43B Clematis Avenue George will never forget his experiences at W.H.S. PAUL PATRICK 21 Browns Ave. POISSON JR. son Work Exp. "For you to suffer would be very painful — for one to see the same suffering is even worse." Activities: Boys' Club. CHRISTOPHER POLICRONIS S215 22 Grant Place CII Chris managed the football team for two successful seasons and threw the discus for W.H.S. He plans to enlist in the Air Force. Activities: Football Student Man- ager 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; "W" Club 4; Language Lab Assistant 2. EDWARD JOHN PORRECA SOU 155 College Farm Rd. Work Study "I think that if all students thought of teachers as parents, school would be a lot better off." Activities: Bowling. SANDRA PORRETTA S215 151 Prospect Hill Rd. CI, CII Perhaps Sandy's skiing skill will be of use as she surfs on the beach at Waikiki. Activities: Ski Club; Talent Show. ROLAND 1'ORTEK 11 ]f>0 Sycamore St. Watcrtown Machine "Traveling is the only life for me." LINDA POTAS S216 5 Derby Street Linda's warmth and charm ra- diate and descend on all who surround her. 101 PATRICIA POWDERLY S216 69 Plympton St. Clerical Trisha plans to become a dental assistant in Hawaii. While at W.H.S. she enjoyed creative writ- ing with Mrs. Grant. CAROL POWERS 20 81 Francis St. Dist. Ed. Carol, an active member of D.E.C.A., plans a career in retail- ing. Activities: Volleyball 2; Basket- ball 2; D.E.C.A. Reporter 3; Mr. Levey's Office 2; Mr. Belliveau's Office 3. I DENIS PRESSEAU S216 135 Felton St. CI Denis hopes to enter the field of data processing. Mr. Eoley. his math teacher, was one of his favorites at W.H.S. SHARON ANN PROCYK S216 1225 Trapelo Road CI Sharon is interested in elemen- tary education. With her pleasant smile and personality she is as- sured of success in whatever she does. Activities: Girls' Tennis and Bas- ketball; F.T.A.; Student Council; Senior Revue. JOSEPH JOHN PROFETTO 14 128 Walnot St., Natick Printing Joe is noted for his hysterical wit and for being seen with a beautiful, blonde girl. JAMES PUBLIESE 11 134 Liecester St., N. Billerica Machine Shop When not hunting or fishing, Jim can be found fixing someone's car. Activities: Hunting; Fishing; Auto Mechanics. STEVEN QUAGLIOZZI S216 43 Upland Rd. CI Beneath Quncr's quiet exterior lies a mdst profound intellect. DAVID QUIGG S216 29-A Linden Street CI Algebra with Miss Schwartz was a favorite subject with this future architect. Activities: Spanish Club; Rifle Club. 102 JOAN QUINN S216 21 Pierce Street C2 Anytime you want Joan you'll probably find her down the 'ville. Future plans include computers and the business world. Activities: Vice President, Soph. Class. JOSEPH THOMAS QUINN S216 39 Hollace Street CII "The Mighty Quinn" is a member of the Sacred Ski Club and loves his area study and English class. Jo-Jo plans to have a prosperous future. Activities: Ski Club; Rifle Club. ROSEMARY RACINE S216 62-8 Garden Circle General Rosemary plans to go to hair- dressing school and then get married. P ELIZABETH R. RAIMONDI S216 85 Francis Street Clerical "I will always remember my English class in my Junior year with Mr. Prehovich." i ■' KAREN RAMBERG S216 157 Beal Road Honors and CI No girl objects being called intelligent provided she is assured that it has done no harm to her looks — Aubrey Menen Activities: Ski Club. ALAN RAVESI S216 21 Everett Street CI Alan plans to study engineering after graduation. Activities: Baseball; Basketball. PKISCILLA ELAINE RAY S216 302 Dale Street CI Priscilla can be seen driving around Waltham in her yellow "bug." She intends to go to college as a math major and hopes her classes will all be as easy as Mr. Foley's math class in W207. Activities: Rainbow; Art Club; Russian Club; IJ.Y.F. ; Provisional Member of Nut'l. Honor Society. NANCY KEID S216 47 Hagar Lane Steno. For Nancy, the funniest memo- ries are sure to include all those ravioli dinners with Linda and Marcie. Activities: Homeroom rep. 4; Alternate 3; Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Revue; Basketball; Soft- ball 2; Junior Prom Program Chairman. 103 MARLENE LOUISE REMAL S216 145 Whitman Road Steno Marlene loves to make all her own clothes. She plans to attend Chandler School for Women and become a secretary. Activities: Ski Club; Senior Re- vue; Archery; Rainbow; U.F.O. DAVID RHODES S216 17 Galen St. CII Dave will be remembered by all for his outgoing personality. DORIS RICCIATO S216 46 Everett Street Stenographer Doris will be remembered by Janet and Jean as she enters junior college next year. Activities: Junior Class Senator; Decorating Committee for Jr. Prom; Ski Club 2; Senior Revue; Talent Show. ARMAND RICHARD H.R. 11 47 Calvary Street Machine After graduation, this scuba- diving enthusiast hopes to become a gocd machinist. MARIE E. RICHARD S216 86 Oak St. Business Marie is noted for having short hair and her squeaky voice and laugh. She always looks forward to week-ends at Brigham's with all of her friends. WILLIAM ERNEST RICHARD S216 91 Howard Street CI Bill has loved being at W.H.S. and will never forget his class with Mr. Grant. He is noted to go far. Good Luck. Bill. Activities: Vice President of De- bating Club. LINDA ANN RICKMAN S216 78 Ash Street Business Linda's goal is to become a nurse. While at W.H.S. she en- joyed Mr. Hart's Law Class, the drama club, and football games. Activities: Drasna Club; Senior Musical Revue. CHRISTINE RIGOLI S216 55 Loretta Rd. General W.H.S. wishes Chris much suc- cess in the future. 104 ELLEN RIGOLI S216 38 Hillcrest Road CI "But I shall find the sullen rocks and skies unchanged from what they were when I was young." Ellen plans to attend college. Activities: Homeroom Representa- tive 3, 4; Junior Prom Commit- tee; Italian Club; F.T.A. ; Senior Musical Revue; Talent Show. GERALD RIGOLI S216 11 Plympton Circle CII Gerald is a member of the rock group "The Squires." He intends to be a music major in college. Activities: W.H.S. Band; Vice President Band Council. MICHAEL RIPPIN Sll 14 Cutter St. Work Study Michael likes English with Mrs. Shirley and plans to go into the Air Force. STEPHEN RIPPIN SOU 14 Cutter St. Work Study Steve plans to enter the service after graduation. JUDITH ROSE RISTUCCIA S216 67 Berkley St. CI Judy intends to study languages at U. Mass. and later teach. "You shall above all things be glad and young. For if you're glad, what's ever living will become you. And if you're young what's ever living will you yourself become." e.e. cummings Activities: Senior Revue; Talent Show; Junior Prom; Senior Prom Program Chairman; Chem Club; Italian Club; Tennis Team; Homeroom Representative. ■■ * 1 CLAUDIA RIZZO S216 170 Seminole Ave. CI Claudia intends to major in language following graduation. Claudia enjoyed English with Mrs. Grille Activities: Russian Club; Chorus; Senior Musical Revue. -I DONNA RIZZO S217 123 Pinehill Circle Geometry with Mr. O'Brien helped to make Donna's junior year her best. Because she plans to enter tin* nursing field, she enjoyed working in the nurse's office. Activities: Talent Show; Nurse's :iul>. 105 BERNARD R. ROBICHARD 24 81 Alder Street Machine "I enjoy horseback riding with Armand, Val and Jimmy." GERMAINE ROBICHAUD S217 24 Gordon Street Business Germaine has a hairdressing career planned for the future. She enjoys Chinese food and Red Sox games. English with Mr. Collins was her favorite class. She wishes "best of luck" to Kathy and Marie. SANDRA ROCHLEAU S217 4 Chester Lane Business In the future, "slugger" intends to become a nurse. Activities: Talent Show; F.T.A.; Chorale; Band. BEVERLY JEAN ROCKEFELLER S217 73 Whitman Rd. CI This fun-loving senior could always be seen running to classes. She cheerfully helped to make the Senior Revue the success it was. Activities: Latin Club; Dramatic Club; Senior Revue. EVERETT ERLE ROE, JR. Sll 287 Grove St. Work Study Everett enjoys working on cars. He also has enjoyed his business law class with Mr. Collins. "If you stop to think before doing, you are very likely to succeed in your actions and thoughts." Ip^'j^ ELAINE ROGERS S217 275 Dale St. CI Elaine, a future stewardess, says "Good Luck" to the kids from the Cue. Activities: Ski Club; Italian Club; Drama Club; Archery; F.T.A. EDWARD ROLDAN S217 49 Shawmut Rd. CII Eddie can always be seen driving around Waltham in his beige V.W. LOUISE LINDA ROLDAN S217 49 Shawmut Rd. College Louise intends to attend nursing school. She says "Good Luck" to her classmates of 1969. 106 JOHN SCOTT ROMEO S217 14 Hersum Way CI When John is in college, he will long for the good, old days in Mr. O'Brien's math class. Activities: Football; Basketball; Italian Club; Junior Prom Com- mittee; Talent Show; Senior Re- vue. JANET ANN ROONEY S217 220 Prospect Hill Rd. CII "Roon" enjoyed Mr. Fleming's history class and plans to major in history next year at college. In the future, she would like to teach history at the high school level. Activities: Student Council 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. EDWARD ROUBIAN S217 35 Jacqueline Rd. CI Eddy, who ccnsiders himself a "good-looking,' brown-eyed doll," intends to attend college. He is most noted for pumping gas, being a champion ping pong player, and saying "ship-ahoy." Activities: Chorale; Band; Talent Show; Russian Club; Hockey. PAMELA ROY S217 22 Prentice St. Steno Miss MacQuarries's shorthand class will aid Pam when she goes to business school. Activities: Talent Show; Junior Prom Committee; Ski Club; French Club. PHYLLIS RUBIN 99 Brewster Rd. S217 CI Phyllis will never forget the great times she had at W.H.S. with the gang. VIRGINIA RUSSELL S217 10 Ellison Park Virginia's favorite activities are skiing, sewing, and working in the Sophomore House Office. Ginia enjoys going to the sporting events with Joyce, Betty and Chris. Driving around and going for Chinese food occupy her spare time. ELVIRA MARIE RUSSO $217 49 Greer St. CI In Vera's future we see the smart uniform of an airline's stewardess. Happy flying!! Activities: Italian Club; Spanish Club. 107 JEFFREY GEORGE RUSSO S217 25 Summit St. CII Called "Jed" by his friends, this sport enthusiast enjoyed the Rifle Team at Waltham High. JOHN THOMAS RUSSO S217 55 Mayall Rd. Business John's favorite pastime was waiting for the 2:30 bell. He was a back-stage worker in the Talent Show for two years. John intends to go into the field of I.B.M. SUSAN CATHERINE RYAN S217 135 Kingston Rd. CI "There's no good times There's no bad times There's no times at all except the New York Times. Stop and think it over." Activities: Chorus; Senior Re- vue; Bowling; Italian Club; C.Y.O.; Headstart; Future Plans: College. PATRICIA RYBERG S217 Pat leaves to the next year's steno class her motto: "Remember all the do's and don'ts of the stenos!" She plans to be an office worker. STEPHEN SAIA S15 428 Lincoln St. Auto Mechanics Steve, whose favorite class is Theory, hopes to own his own auto mechanics shop someday. DENISE SANTA S217 125 Warwick Ave. CI "I'm a ski bum and ,the weekends don't come fast enough for me to hit those white slopes. Activities: Junior Prom Commit- tee; Senior Musical Review; Ski Club; Spanish Club Chairman. JOHN PAUL SANTA MARIA S217 84 Church St. CII John will look sharp in those Air Force greens! He is noted for constantly waiting for that won- derful 2:30 bell. Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3. SALVATORE SANTOLUCITO 10 53 Willow St. Machine Drafting "The last three years were the best I've found — but leaving isn't too bad a sound." Salvatore plans to continue his education in drafting. 108 THOMAS SANTOLUCITO S218 14 Gale St. Business We wish Tom the best of luck in his future endeavors. NICHOLUS STEPHEN SARAN S217 105 Hamilton Rd. CI After graduation, Nick plans to attend college. Activities: Drama Club; Interact; Junior Achievement. DAVID SAURO S218 166 Chestnut St. CI Sam, who's active in both football and basketball, plans to attend college after graduation. Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 2, 3, 4; Talent Show; Italian Club; Track. JOHN SCAFIDI 40 Dartmouth St. S115 CII "Jack" is always ready to help his friends when they need him. If in the hall you hearn you're out of your tree," then you had better change your story. Jchn intends to enter the police academy, the navy, or both. ROBERT A. SCAFIDI 15 14 Pearl St. Auto Mechanics Robert's future plans include opening his own shop for truck repairs. ROBERT L. SCAFIDI 14 255 Charles St. Printing Robert plans a future in print- ing. J. KEVIN SCANNELL S218 23 Warwick Avenue Kevin will always remember being "Harold" in the "Music Man." Good Luck in your future plans Kevin. Activities: Drama 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue. SUSAN GAIL SCHEINFELDT S218 1085 Main St. Honors/CI An active Drama Club member, Sue aspires to a career in acting or speech therapy. Activities: Drama Club; Senior Revue; Chemistry Club. 109 SUSAN JANE SCHIFFBAUER S218 151 Longfellow Rd. CII Susan's future plans include business school where she intends to study to become a legal secretary or a computer program- mer. JOHN SCHOOLS S218 66 Goldencrest Ave. CI John plans to pursue a profes- sional career as a dentist and hopes to attend Harvard Medical School next year. His favorite teacher is Mr. Grant. CATHY SCHOONER S218 354 Weston St. Cathy says, "If you don't un- derestimate me, I won't underesti- mate you." She also plans to enter the field of nursing. Activities: Ski Club 4; Latin Club 2; Chorus 3; Nurse's Office Helper ; Volunteer Perkins Worker. DEBORA JANE SHREIBER S218 12 Riverside Drive Debby's major interest is people, whether they are the customers at Dunkin Donuts or the ones she has helped through the General Action Program, of which she was a co-founder in 1967. Her future plans include mar- riage. DANIEL J. SELINES S2118 240 Temple Rd. Cl/CII Dan was involved in Junior Achievement and, in the future, plans to go to college. "Different things I am, to different people — some good, some bad." DEBORAH SENARIAN S218 39 Leitha Drive Debbie would like to be a hairdresser after graduation. Her favorite class was English with Mrs. Czarnowski, and her hobbies are eating and dancing. ELIZABETH SHARPE S21 268 Newton St. CI Elizabeth is most noted for the stories that she writes. After graduation she plans to enter data processing. Activities: Spanish Club; Ski Club. PAULA MARIE SHEA S218 187 Hammond St. CII Paula will miss the football games, the Senior Revue and all the fun this year. She will never forget the P.O.D. classes with Miss Cairnes. Activities: Spanish Club; Canteen Dance Committee; Senior Revue; Junior Prom Committee. DONALD SHECK S218 3 Brookway Court Hampton Beach, dances, pizzas, and blondes are Don's favorites. He hopes to continue his schooling at Huntington or Newman Prep. While at W.H.S., he enjoyed Ski Club, basketball and English with Mr. Collins JANET MARIE SHEDD S218 15 Charles St. Ave. CI Janet is most noted for telling jokes. Good luck will never pass her by. Activities: Junior Prom Comm. Pres.; Italian Club; Talent Show; G.A.P.; Ski Club; Sec. of Junior Class; Pep Squad; Senior Prom Committee ELLEN SHEEHEY 28 Orchid Ave. S218 CII After graduation Ellen plans a career as a hairdresser. Eating with Kathy and Nancy is her thing. While at W.H.S. she enjoyed English with Mr. Collins. JOHN ROGER SHINNICK S218 39 Temple Road CII John, a member of our swim team, hopes to attend computer school. Activities: Swim Team 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; W Club 4; Homeroom Alt. STEVEN CARL SICKMAN S218 95 Wetherbee Rd. CII Steve, who's really not as quiet as he seems, plans to major in Police Administration after grad- uation. Activities: German Club; Boys' Club Work after School. CHRISTINE SIRAGUSA S218 31 Hays Road CI, Hon. Chris intends to study for a degree in special education and then go to law school where she would like to study criminal law. "To whom much is given, Much is required." Activities: Latin Club Treasurer; French and Italian Clubs; Honor Society; Library Council; G.A.P. President; Senior Revue; Tutor- ing. STEPHEN SMALL S218 127 Hardy Pond CII Steve was a member of the rifle team and, after graduation, he plans to attend art school. Ill MARSHALL SMITH S218 31 Fuller St. CII Marshall plans on attending a technological school and getting a degree in electrical engineering. KENNETH L. SNEIDER S218 110 Dale St. Business Giving incoming sophomores wrong directions was Ken's great- est kick at W.H.S. He plans to attend Burdett where he will prepare for a business career. His outside activities include mem- bership in the DeMolay and in the Polaroid Business Group. MICHAEL SOAVE S218 30 Orchard Ave. After graduation, Mike plans to go into the service. He wishes the best of luck to all the kids at W.H.S. HELEN A. SOUSA S218 3 Plympton Circle General Helen's future plans include marriage in August. NOREEN SPRACKLIN S218 47 Pine Vale Road CI "My most enjoyable hours at W.H.S. were spent singing in Mr. Kennedy's chorale, playing tennis on the girl's tennis team, and being both a spectator and fan of the Hawks." 85n *^jn| i J9 * ■ - ■ h i , ^m ■ wBBSBm DAVID SPURR S218 200 Linden St. CI/CII Dave plans to continue with computers after basic training wth Mr. Peroni. He hopes to become a computer technician. PHILIP RUSSELL STARK S218 93 Claremont St. CI/CII Phil is hoping to attend Went- worth Institute and study aero- nautical technology. Activities: Senior Revue; Ski Club. JUDITH STEPANIAN S311 24 Mountain Road Business Judy, our Junior Prom queen, plans a career in the business field. 112 GEORGE ELLIOTT STEVENS 15 8 Prentice St. Auto Mechanics George's future plans include going into the Air Force. He enjoys changing tires, go-carting, and driving. "Power corrupts the few, while weakness corrupts the many." PETER STREITMATER 10 15 Gardner St. Machine Drafting "I will my hockey stick to Mr. Brinn and may his future teams be great." Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4. ROBERT M. STONEY S313 24 Yetten Terrace CII "Pebbles" looks forward to a career in the Navy. "Pebs" and Rip can be found anywhere things might be jumping. He enjoys driving and talking to girls. MAUREEN SULLIVAN S311 68 Hollace St. Business Sully plans to do secretarial work after graduation. She wills the incoming class longer lunch hours. EH W ] JmW GEORGE LAURENCE SUMNER 13 14 Montview Circle Carpentry George enjoys bowling, hunting and fishing. His favorite saying is, "Winning isn't everything, but wanting to win is." MICHAEL JOSEPH SWEENEY S311 56 Hammond St. CI A degree in science is in this track enthusiasts future. Naturally, chemistry with Dr. Kubin was tops. MARY AGNES SWENSON 77 Beal Road CII Mary's favorite class is biology and her favorite teacher is Mr. Steinberg. 113 JOYCE E. TANNER S311 39 Graymore Road CI and Honors Joyce, a jovial jackbox of joy, loved being at W.H.S. Mr. Mc- Knight and Mr. Eagle will always remain a part of her. She leaves behind her orange dancing shoes and fond memories of "Say It With Music." Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4 Sec; Chem. Club 3, 4,; Honor Society 3, 4; Folk Club 2; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 4; Senior Revue; Archery 2; Soccer 2; Softball 3,4. MARIA TAYLOR S311 7 Banks Street Bus. Maria enjoys going to Waltham High football games as well as F block classes with Mr. Collins. She plans to go to a junior college after graduation. Activities. Pep Squad; Drama Club; French Club; Mr. Levey's Office 2. STEVEN TELLER S311 1166 Trapelo Rd. CI Steve will always remember the fun he had in typing with Mr. Tyner and the guys. MARK THERIAULT S311 24 Lowell St. CII Mark's immediate plans include four years with the Air Force. Upon discharge, he hopes to enter East Coast Aero Tech. Mark still rates Junior English with Mrs. Shirley as his favorite. Activities: Playing bass guitar for the New Breeds. ANNICE MARIE THIBODEAU S312 49 Cherry St. CI Annice will always be remem- bered as one of the "Sisters" in the Senior Revue. Future plans include going to college and cheering the Red Sox. Activities: Senior Revue; Talent Show. EDGAR THOMAS S311 84 Pine Hill Circle CI and CII Eddie will find that P.O.D. was invaluable when he gets in col- lege. Activities: Football 1, 3, 4. THOMAS THOMOPOULOS S311 60 Sheffield Rd. Tommy will never forget the great times with Mr. O'Brien in Math IV. GEORGE THORNE S311 131 Marlborough Road CII George's favorite class was Rus- sian with Mr. Cocoran. He thinks that life is too short, so he takes time to live it up to its fullest extent. Activities: Archery. 114 EDWARD PAUL TIRONE 30 Beech St. Playing bass with the Purple Sequence is Eddy's main non- school interest. He hopes to con- tinue in this field upon com- pletion of his military duty. During his high school days, Ed enjoyed girls, food, sports, and English with Mr. Collins. JOSEPH JOHN TIRONE 14 Oak ST. Joseph is a former president of the "Interact Club" and a member of the Italian Club and the C.Y.O. Joe, a future social worker, is remembered for always forgetting his locker key. RITA TORTOLA S311 690 Lexington St. CI Rita will always remember the good times "she had at all the W.H.S. games and especially at Brighams. DONALD TOWER S311 3 Linden Park Drive CI The ring of the 2:30 bell will always be a favorite with Donny. JUDITH TROMBLEY S311 205 Hammond St. Steno Judy plans to be a stenographer after graduation and remembers all those delicious lunches with Pam, Jeanne, and Sherry. KATHY TYLER S311 131 Grove Street CI and Honors Kathy plans to teach in an elementary school after attending a state teacher's college. Activities: FTA; Drama Club; Senior Revue; Interact; Chorus. RICHARD TUMMINELLI S311 49 Albert St. College Talented Rick brought down the house in the Senior Revue while singing "There's No Business Like Show Business" in his rich bari- tone voice. Activities: Chem Club; Senior Revue. 115 RICHARD TYMAN S311 275 College Farm CI Richard, whose favorite teacher was Mr. Walker, feels his senior year was great and plans to go to law school following Northeastern. Activities: German Club 4; F.O.R.U.N. 2, 3; Talent Show 3. JEANNETTE UMBRELLO S311 102 Stow St. Business Cheerleader Jean will always remember the good times at W.H.S. Best of luck in the future! LINDA LEE UTTARO S311 53 Williams St. CI During her high school years, Linda was Vice President of G.A.P., and a member of the F.T.A. and the Italian Club. Her favorite teacher was Mrs. Pacitti and her favorite class was English. Linda plans to attend college, major in English, and later teach. JOHN GEORGE PAUL VALENTINO S311 172 Church Street Honors John, who claims he is most noted for his briefcase, likes playing the guitar, flute, nose flute and trumpet. "A visage pale and pensive undergoes a metamor- phosis. He flies into a fit of raucous laughter." Activities: Audio Visual Staff; Honor Society; French Club; Latin Team. Club; Chess Team; Math JOAN ELLEN VANARIA S311 210 Main St. CI Joan will never forget her junior year and fourth lunch during senior year. DAVID VAUTOUR 69 Cherry St. General Because he worked at Burger King, Dave has decided to become a chef. JOHN VECCHIONE S311 155 Bright St. CI Neko's favorite class was study with Miss Gladysz. Activities: President of the Italian Club; Senior Musical Revue; Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4; President of Sacred Heart; C.Y.O.; Talent Shaw; Homeroom Rep. PATRICIA S. VEILLEUX S311 353 Crescent St. Clerical All the fun times at W.H.S. will never be forgotten by Pat. MA . ROBERT L. VERHILLE JR. 13 9 Bradford St. Carpentry "The last three years have been the best years of my life." Activities: Skiing. ANTHONY THOMAS VENUTI S312 And flowers grow on the graves of our enemies do me that love. — Patchen BRUCE S. VINCUILLA S312 11-A Prospect Hill Road CI "Buckey," who plans to attend college after he graduates, enjoyed Mr. Hart and his famous law class. He hopes to become rich. Activities: Italian Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Talent Show. CAROL R. VINCUILLA S312 37 Columbus Ave. Business "Vinch" enjoyed working in the nurse's office during her senior year. Activities: Senior Revue; Talent Show; Prom Committee. PAUL VINCUILLA 10 5 Calvary St. Drafting "The best years of my life were in school, and the last three were great. I'll never forget them." JANE VITTI S311 11 Loretta Rd. CI Cheerful Jane hopes to attend college after graduation. Good luck, Jane! ROSE VOCI S214 60 Oak St. SI and II Italian with Mrs. Feldman rates high with this senior. In her leisure time, Rose likes horseback riding and golfing. ROBERT FREDERICK VON DOHLEN S113 17 Andrea Rd. CII Rob, a member of the Hustlers, plays the organ. In the future he plans to prepare for a career in journalism. Activities: Talenl Show. 117 JOHN E. WALKER 263 Worchester Lane S312 CII After work at Brandeis John enjoys the company of his friends. He also enjoys Mrs. Czarnowski's English class. JACK STEVEN WEINER SOU 346 Weston St. Work Experience Jack, who works with the Mas- sachusetts Emergency Service Am- bulance and Rescue Work, plans to enter another kind of service next year. JEREMY G. WELTS S312 49 Tomlin St. CI "If I become a first lieutenant, would you put my photo on your piano f ELLEN WEINSTEIN S312 20 Woodchester Circle CI "All that remains of yesterday are my many memories locked behind a door; all I wish for tomorrow is a new key." JUDITH ANN WHALEN S312 114 Lakeview Ave. Business After graduating from Waltham High, Judy hopes to go to a business school. Si \ JOYCE I. WHEATON S312 41 Alderwood Rd. CI This /blond senior loves the football games at W.H.S., second only to Math with Mr. Foley. Activities: French Club; Spanish Club. THOMAS M. WHELAN S312 16 Acorn St. CII To enter the service is Tom's future plan. JEANNE WHITE S312 112 Bright St. CI After graduation Jean plans to attend college. Activities: French Club; Ski Club; Talent Show; Honor Society. LORNA LOUISE WHITFORD S312 564 Lexington St. Business Any day Lorna can be seen riding around on the back of Brad's motorcycle. RICHARD WHITNEY S312 45 Hawthorn Rd. CII Upon graduation Richard hopes to attend either Bryant & Stratton or Computer Institute to prepare for a career in Data Processing. Richard's main interests through High School were sports and his job with Allou Engineering. ELIZABETH WILLEMS S312 98 Stow St. Business We all hope that within the next couple of years, Elizabeth will finally get her driver's li- cense, after her many attempts. ANN MARIE WILSON S3L- 37 Calvary St. Clerical Ann came to W.H.S. from Belmont as a senior. Despite her short stay with the class, shf managed to win the friendship an' respect of her classmates. Best < luck! JOHN W. WRIGHT S312 306 Lexington St. CI John plans on a year of prep school — then college. Activities: Swimming Team; Jun- ior Achievement. CAROL MARIE WYSKIEL S312 117 High Street Business Waltham High's loss will be the business world's gain. Good luck Carol in future endeavors. Activities: Drama Club; Ski Club; French Club; Pep Squad. DEBORAH A. YOUNG S312 20 Lowell St. Business Debby would like to have a parking lot for the students at Waltham High. 119 MARILYN GAIL YOUNG 20 10 Bowdoin Ave. D.E. Marilyn says, "I will never forget the Vocational and Mr. O'Neil." She always enjoyed leav- ing school at 11:00. Activities: Talent Show; D.E.C.A. Club. ARK JEW YUNG S312 87 Maple St. CII Our philosopher from Hong Kong spends a lot of time making model rockets, bowling, and pho- tographing. LINDA ZACCAGNINI S312 51 Florence Rd. CII This ski buff will never forget Mr. Nelson, her favorite teacher. Activities: Junior Prom Commit- tee; Mr. Levy's Office; Ski Club. DEBRA ANN ZACHER S312 34 Tip Top Terrace Business Debby enjoys Harvard Square with the gang, Chinese Food, football games, and horseback riding. Upon graduation Deb hopes to attend a business school. Activities: Drama Club; Ski Club. WILLIAM J. ZAKUR 14 36 Bowdoin Ave. Printing Bill plans to enter the service, and after that he hopes to go into a career in printing. Activities: Bowling; Baseball. SHEILA ROSE MARY ZIL1NSKAS S312 41 Villa St. CI Sheila plans to teach elementary school. Activities: National Honor So- ciety; F.T.A.; Senior Revue; Ten- nis Team. DIANE MARIE ZAMMUTO S312 86 Central St. Stenographic Aquinas Junior College will be fortunate to have Diane enrolled in its student body. After college, Diane hopes to become an airline stewardess. Activities: Drama Club; Ski Club; Junior Prom Committee. DANIEL M. ZWIRBLA S312 8 Curtis St. Honors "Monk" plans to major in aeronautical engineering after graduation. Activities: National Honor So- ciety; Debating Club; Physics Lab Assistant; Interact. 120 LATE PICTURES LINDA KELLEY 83 Cushing St. S115 Bus. DIANE TWOMEY S218 257 School St. General ROBERT ARSENAULT SOU 19 Noonan St. Work Study MICHAEL RUDENAUR Hr. 14 22-H Dermody St. Printing FRANCIS GALLAGER Hr. 14 42 Alder St. Printing WILLIAM YORSTON S312 38 Derby St. Cll KENNETH MADDEN S117 31 Crafts St. General FREDERICK G. BAXTER JAMES J. NAGLE In Memoriam 121 gUUtfH — 9a y It With Music — Encomiums greeted "Say It With Music," the revue that featured one hundred and fifty-seven members of the Class of 1969. Kennedy Memorial Junior High auditorium filled to capacity for four performances during Thanksgiving week. The Modern Minstrels' portion presented skilled dancers, deft tambourine men, talented specialty performers, and a one hundred and ten voice chorus strikingly attired in black and white. For the second half, the top tunes of Irving Berlin provided the theme for the beautifully costumed and expertly staged production sequences that led to a climatic moment when over one hundred pretty brides and their elegant grooms thrilled the audiences with "An Old-Fashioned Wedding." The entire production was directed by Mr. Robert Eagle who was assisted by Alisca Czarnowski. Mr. Edward D. May, III, was the accompanist. • "V "This Magic Moment" On a beautiful Friday evening, May 16th, the Class of 1969, under the supervision of F. Joseph Levey, held their Senior Prom, "This Magic Moment." Dinner and dancing took place in the main ballroom of the King Philip in Wrentham, Mass. After a full course dinner of either roast beef or baked stuffed chicken, the dedication dances began. At approximately ten o'clock P.M. the queen and her court, who had been previously chosen by five photographers from Loring Studio's, were announced. The queen was Susan Di- Lorenzo and her court consisted of Joan Quinn, Kathleen O'Brien, and Virginia Oatt. The guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs. George E. P. Husson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Viscarello, Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. May, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Belliveau, Mr. and Mrs. Almon Morang, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Czarnowski, and Mr. Robert J. Eagle were received in a reception line. "This Magic Moment" proved to be a memorable one. We wish to extend our. thanks to the prom committee, Sheila Callahan, Kevin Scannell, Susan Parella, John Romeo, Judith Ristuccia, and Janet Shedd. We would especially like to thank Mr. Levey for all the time and patience he contributed in making our prom a great success. 1 /~< w«J"*U<^ iJf # f 130% I J / V F*< » f- UtlKrHV • H ; *i r i V / « '. \^* * yRm&t 9m, • as infants *o walk, utchin : :.' r? :ross the horizon, the first indication hite flash -z' '. :;--■'■ :":o ■::: '■:::!::: ozr. •ar»t»rwr* owing. -"me strange reason clinging together. ntin<r to shield itself from the real he shore. cr«xoiini^ lie wave separates Joing in various directions. Parts are left in the sand to saturate and seep inwards. Others find nooks in worn down Many are swept back into the sea down as mysteriously as they came forth How many do we know nothing of, where do they go? Who can determine where one will land? No one, and as we wait in silence for an answer another flash of white appears across the horizon. Suzanne Doyle travel ticket TO: FUTURJE FRoa-WKS. o-i Carol Powers, Gir/ Who Did Most For the Class Peter Jones, Most Respected Boy Superlatives Jane Vitti, Most Respected Girl Chuck Lee, Becky Lester, Most Athletic, Steve Lillis, Class Wit and Most Talented Mark Enik. William Cusano, Best Dancers Phil Starck, Best Looking Boy, Helen FeiTO and Janet McCue. Best Looking Girls Paul Epstein, (.lass Genius Patty Mogan, Class (renins I sk \ ."'■■■ ;: * * '■ > ■ m mm - fM ^ ■' ' 1 N^ ■■■ r wm * Tt! 1 *» John Valentino, Guy Keenan, Most Likely to Succeed Russell Hammond, Kathleen Burke, Did Most For Class 136 Judith Stepanian, Class Wit Julia Famosi, Most Talented Richard Desrosiers, Class Genius Dorothy Cahill, Class Musician Nick Pappageris, Judy Byron, Ronald Doucet, Class Artists Mthe John Lyons, Penny Falconer, Kevin Scannell, Best All Round Marilyn Young, Edward Roubian, Class Flirts * • \^J \% m 7 Beverly Beaudoin, Most Likely to Surreal Joyce Tanner, Class Flirt 137 .H.S. Class of 1 969 Timetable: 6-19 SOPHOMORE YEAR: Class Pres.: Riiss Hammond Fall, 1966: Second Homecoming game and dance, Waltham- Someryille. Sophomore attendant: Donna DiGreggorio. Winter, 1966-67: W.H.S. Basketball Team advanced to semi- finals of Tech Tourney. Record: 15-5. W.H.S. Hockey Team reached G.B.I. Tournament. Jan., 1967: Mr. Gallagher retired as headmaster and Mr. Husson took over. Teen Canteen established. March 30 and 31. 1967: Talent Show— 'REFLECT. TIME" W.H.S. Rifle Team— with 27 straight wins from '64, won its third successive Middlesex Interscholastic League championship. Hanitra Andriamanantena from the Republic of Madagascar was an exchange student during 1966-67. She was a W.H.S. Spring, 1968: Kingsbury Temperance Essay Contest city-wide winner : Chris Hagger. sen ;;.:. ;ar : Class Pres.: Daniel Furbush V. Pres.: Michael McGovern 1 easui : fean Jmbrello Secretary: Penny Falconer Voc. Pres.: John Lyons Student Council Pres. : Bob Delorey "THIS WEEK AT WALTHAM HIGH," Co-editors: Bev Beaudoin and Sue Alper. Fall, 1968: W.H.S. senior Pat Mogan achieved rank of Merit senior. JUNIOR YEAR Scholarship semi-finalist. :am — wim ai siraigm wins irum 64, ^e Middlesex Interscholastic League October, 1968: Pat Mogan elected N.H.S. president. October, 1968: Beverly Beaudoin named finalist in Miss Teen Age America Contest to be held in November in lexas. Fall. 1968: Football captains: Paul Legere and Bo MacClary. W.H.S. record: 5-4. Cheerleading captain: Becky Lester. Nov. 16. 1968: Homecoming game and dance: Waltham-Newton. Homecoming Queen: Helen Ferro. Nov. 24-27, 1968: Senior Musical Revue, "SAY IT WITH ihed after a two-year absence under Winter, 1968-69: Basketball: Co-captains Chuck Lee and Peter r Kennedy. Joneg Record: W H .S. gained Tech Tourney berth again. Hockey: Co-captains: Paul Legere and Ed Roubian. ing game (Waltham-Watertown) and Helen Ferro. Feb. 3, 1969: Senior Musical Revue revived to entertain wounded soldiers at Fort Devons. Tourney. March, 1969: Waltham once again hosted the Regional Drama Festival of One-act Plays. Steve Lillis was chosen as one of 15 students on the Regional All-Star cast. Club climaxes winning season as it hore League finals. Marcn 2 7 and 28, 1969: Talent Show, "Happiness Is." m "SOME ENCHANTED EVENING" A P ril 28 > 19 L 69: r wf J S - s / nio [ s P erf ? rin *J. ^J fc J r . th £ la f s , 1 time as a benefit show for the Gavin Jr. High school in south Boston. Class Pres.: Russ Hammond Voc. Pres.: Ferdinand Babineau Fall, 1967: W.H.S. Football Team had winning season. 1,8-1) W.H.S. Chorale established after a two-year absence under the direction of Mr. Peter Kennedy. Oct. 28, 1967: Homecoming game (Waltham-Watertown) and dance. Junior attendant: Helen Ferro. Winter, 1967-68: W.H.S. Basketball Team (17-4) reached pre- liminary round of Tech Tourney. Winter, 1968: Debating Club climaxes winning season as it qualifies for the North Shore League finals. Feb. 16, 1968: Junior Prom "SOME ENCHANTED EVENING" —Queen: Judy Stepanian. March 9, 1968: Regional Speech Festival, all sixteen entries from W.H.S. go on to State Finals. By Andrea Loughry March 23, 1968: Waltham hosted Regional Drama Festival of One-act Plays. W.H.S. entry, "IN THE ZONE," won first place. Junior participants: Stephen Lillis, Richard Aubert, Robert Delorey, and Charles Egirous. It was Waltham's first year in competition. March 28, and 29, 1968: Talent Show, "COME FLY WITH US." March 30, 1968: State Speech Festival. W.H.S. placed four silver medal winners: seniors, Maria Gajda, Warner Carlson, Joanne Webb; junior, Beverly Beaudoin. May 7-10, 1969: W.H.S. presented for the first time in its history a Broadway musical production, "The Music Man," starring Kevin Scannell. May 16, 1969: Senior Prom— "This Magic Moment"— Queen : Sue DiLorenzo; Attendants: Kathy O'Brien, Ginny Oatt, Joan Quinn. June 2, 1969: Class Day. June 4, 1969 : Graduation. Since the class of 1 e from this uiiuing, pernaps we wish to reilect u^uti um ^aai uncc jcais a. uu mure ■ man ■ previous classes. -^'■^■-: - : ^ : / ^ '-: "_:" "" . - : = z ~- z - z z zzzzzv: z ::.■ .:-„/" ' — t: res ' ' ""- ' :i ^' '' ' ?; '~\ : ' c football, hoci'-sy, izzz. hz.zbzl forward to increasi Septe the school. 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Blackboards, calendars, and desks bore daily announcements — 33 days to go! Col- leges informed us of their decisions, ACCEPTANCES and rejections. Finally the Senior Prom which we had awaited so long came upon us, and that "Magic Moment" passed as suddenly as it came. At last, we thought, Graduation. But then, we looked back. It was time to take the big step, but were we ready? The bosses and professors whom we were to encounter next year wouldn't be like the interested teachers or guidance coun- selors of the past three years. They expected us to be mature young men and women ready to take upon ourselves ■ the responsibilities of an adult. As we thought back to the insecure and unsure sophomores we had been, we became aware of our progress. Many people had demonstrated their confidence in us. We were permitted to drive cars. We held jobs. Colleges accepted us. And as others put their confidence in us, we became more confident in ourselves. In short, we gradually developed into individuals, each with his own ideas, ideals, and goals. Our hesistant step? toward the door of the future no longer hesitated. We were capable beings, prepared to take our places in society. By Andrea Loughry , Horoscope for Class of "69 ARIES People of the class of 1969 born between March 21 and April 20 are under the sign of Aries the ram. These people are adventurous, fearless and aggressive by nature. The future holds great promise for these young men and women because the characteristics of their sign indicate great leadership qualities and an inquisitive nature. If these traits are developed to the fullest extent, members of the first house of the Zodiac will be prosperous in the fields of business and entertainment. symbol: the ram lucky . . . day: Tuesday color: red stone: diamond star: Mars number: digits that add up to 2 or 4 TAURUS If you were born between April 21 and May 20, you belong to the second house of the Zodiac under the sign of Taurus, the bull. The guiding star is Venus, in relation to the goddess of love. Taurians are charitable people who have a light-hearted, cheerful, and witty personality. Beware of important decisions that have to be made between August 23 and September 22, for you are usually reckless during this time. Taurians are usually sympathetic and they withhold emotions. They also require affection and companionship to develop their fine characteristics to the fullest. symbol: the bull lucky . . . day: Friday star: Venus color: orchid stone: emerald number: digits that add up to 9 GEMINI May 21 to June 21 falls under the third house of the Zodiac, Gemini, symbol- ized by the twins. People born under this sign have a dual personality. Unlike characteristics of the first two houses, Gemini personalities are very unstable and tend to be fickle. An overactive imagination will cause undue worry to these restless and often discontent souls. Beware of friends you choose from this sign, because they tend to be uncertain and contradictory. A vocation that requires many important decisions is not recommended for a Gemini. symbol: the twins lucky . . . day: Wednesday stone: emerald flower: rose number: digits that add up to 7 CANCER People born between June 22 and July 22 are under the sign of Cancer, the crab. They are highly emotional and sensitive people with a changeable nature. Even though moodiness is a strong quality of their character, these people are very patient, sympathetic and understanding. At times, they are also very re- served, meditative and studious. Cancer people receive respect and admiration. symbol: the crab lucky . . . day: Monday star: moon flower: rose jewel: pearl color: pale yellow LEO Happiness is a general characteristic of the Leo, born between July 23 and August 22. Leo's are very self-asserting and enterprising. Their extremely ener- getic and proud nature adds to their ability to govern others. Although the Leo has an entertaining personality, he is quick to anger. A Leo will make a good politician or entertainer. VIRGO Quiet, reserved, tender, sympathetic and affectionate are the people born between August 23 and September 22. A Virgo is an ingenious person who has the qualities of practicality, intellect, imagination and industry, that will bring him success in the vocations concerning engineering, creations and inventions. The confidence a Virgo has will help encourage others, although Virgos may be rather elusive at times. symbol: the lion lucky . . . day: Sunday star: sun flower: gardenia color: gold number: digits that add up to 5 symbol: the virgin lucky . . . day: Wednesday star: Mercury color : pale green number: digits that add up to 3 LIBRA September 22 to October 22 is under the sign of Libra. Some fine character- istics of this house of the Zodiac are honesty, sincerity, generosity, cheerfulness and wit. Even though the Libra is easily offended by words and deeds of others, he is a forgiving person. When angered he can become cutting, severe and force- ful. Such a condition brings out the negative qualities of recklessness, impatience and an erratic temperament. symbol: the scales lucky ... day: Tuesday color: grey jewel: topaz star: Venus number: digits that add up to 6 SCORPIO The Scorpio, born between October 23 and November 21, is a fearless and bold character who has an ambitious and creative nature. Progress and a burning desire to attain success in all his undertakings is part of the Scorpio's nature. A stubborn disposition may cause dictatorial tendencies and the Scorpio may be inclined to have his own way in all matters. Business of his own creation seems to be a career well suited for a Scorpio. symbol: the scorpion lucky . . . day: Tuesday jewel: sapphire color: blue-green star: Mars number: digits that add up to 8 SAGITTARIUS Independent, generous, dependable are Sagittarians, those born between No- vember 22 and December 21. Being a Sagittarius, one minute you may be affec- tionate, while the next, you may be cool and indifferent. You tend to be out- spoken and, as a result of a militant nature with a fiery temper, often you can be spiteful, rash and malicious. CAPRICORN If you were born between December 22 and January 19, you belong to the 10th house of the Zodiac, under the sign of Capricorn, the goat. Sincere and devoted is the Capricorn to his friends and causes. Though he is aggressive and capable, he sometimes can be over-critical. Traits in the Capricorn sometimes suggest good qualities for a politician, such as: good reasoning power, excellent judgment and economical wisdom. However, the Capricorn may also be obstinate and selfish. AQUARIUS A magnetic personality that attracts many friends belongs to the people born under the sign of Aquarius, during the period of January 20 to February 18. Being an intensely emotional person, you are tender, devoted, considerate, loyal, sympathetic, and understanding; qualities of a good spouse or parent. PISCES With a strong sense of pride and dignity, a Pisces (February 19 to March 20) tends to be persistent and persuasive. He is sociable and friendly, possessing a charitable disposition. But the Pisces can also be restless and indecisive, due to deep and intense feelings. symbol: the centaur lucky ... day: Thursday color: sky-blue jewel: turquoise star: Jupiter number: digits that add up to 8 symbol: the goat lucky . . . -• day: Saturday color: tan jewel: garnet : star: Saturn flower: poinsetta symbol: water bearer lucky . . . day: Wednesday color: brick red . jewel: garnet star: Uranus 1 number: digits that ■ add up to 3 symbol: the fishes lucky . . . day: Friday color: lavender star: Neptune number: digits that a add up to 4 ' 'v"l . ,ii .1.;. i V i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^r ^^I^^V^ilRiE^ifto'Sfl^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^HH^^^^^l^l^HnH Hi^HHHHHHH^| m 1 fe'^x^B^^^^H |^^^H| % WBm hi Bb^LBRHI it 1 i \ IS bLbbI B * ^ K &^* ^ w»~«* ^^bbHbbh V ' Bi 1 ^ B^ ^ ^Ba Bh^wJ B^^^> Ib^CtVbI B^9bSS^*i »1bV ^H^B^B^H btPH Cmb^bI B^B^V^Bv^Bnl^B&W^DB^B^BilB^BrBTX^BftVBvwI^Xv' Hv *i ? T » FW v-* ^"> ■E'V^bT ■ ■wwl . »--.""ro i f * % w I \ / wj\ ;. t^Ki F u- g l|'*d^ ! * -¥ nP Jy 4 ^ t 8U* i .* *^fv or K B^ 'f^P r T 31 £ Rv ■ m vflR M g&^^/Ut m ■mJm ■ ^^^jBjt %r ^ : - *> ' Wr^\ mm ■ * fe3 ^S^ Ik ,11 <;' Drama Club The Drama Club increased its activity again this year, and, in addition, the membership rose above the hundred mark. Bi-monthly meetings provided a foundation for the major productions of the year — The Man Who Came to Dinner, An Evening of One-Act Plays, and, in association with the Music Department, The Music Man. For the second consecutive year Waltham hosted a preliminary festival for the Massachusetts High School Drama Guild, and high schools from eleven other communities vied for regional honors. The New York trip in April was a highlight of the year for the seventy-five members of the Club. Under the leadership of the dynamic officers, the first annual banquet for members and alumni was instituted. Drama Club Officers: Seated: Pamela Gaudet, Sophomore Rep- resentative; Marsha Colten, Treasurer; Susan Harvey, Secretary; Standing: Charles Egirous, Vice President; Richard Aubert, President. Absent From Picture: Maureen Shea, Junior Repre- sentative. 148 The Man Who Came To Dinner Front Row, Left to Right: Maureen Shea, Daphne Lowell, Jaren Quagliozzi, Kathy Burke, Stephen Lillis, Nora Gould, Pamela Cardarelli, Pamela Gaudette, Regina Pacitti. Back Row: Arthur Bennett, Richard Aubert, Mark Glenn, Charles Smelledge, Glenn Richardson, Leo Lawless, Kevin Scannell, Robert Delorey, James Gerilamo, Charles Flanders, Charles Egirous, Nick Saran, Ka,es Scanlon. One of the most popular Broadway comedies, Moss Hart and George Kaufman's THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER was the Drama Club's first production opening on October 10. Prominent Drama Club member Stephen Lillis was featured as the irascible but loveable Sheridan Whiteside. Topnotch quality acting was en- hanced by the work of the production staff that turned out authentic costumes and a magnificent set that re- flected the melieu of the 1930's. Mr. Robert Eagle directed and was assisted by Mrs. Alisca Czarnowski. 151 II The Wall" This year Waltham High's entry in the Regional Drama Festival was "The Wall." It is the moving story of love, life, and death during a revolution. The cast included John Vecchione, as Zohar. the old man; Beverly Beaudoin, as Tonda Attardi, the old woman: Charles Egirous and Steve Lillis as the sentries; Richard Aubert as Malo Zetra; Linda Chilengerian as Matisse Rota and Russ Hammond as Ryko the sailor. Our congratulations to Steve Lillis who won an All Star Cast Acting Award for his role as Mallor. Besides working with the cast of "The Wall" Mr. Robert J. Eagle, our friend and devoted director, also worked with the casts of "Sorry, Wrong Number;" Opening Night: and "The Sandbox." which were presented at the night of one-act plays. 152 <Uf*"r ■"'■"ill •i.eilSttH e. aBi< ->im'.v ft. -r* SJ / I ! \i )','/ fi / i> i V I •<£ *\ I»< i 41 Ml 1 I". * Ihdd^ "n '■• il|vjpr vV» • «vMr . I II The Music Man" For the first time in its history, the Waltham High School Drama Department, in conjunction with the Music Department, presented a Broadway musical. The selection for this "first" was "The Music Man." The cast will never forget the standing ovation that it received at each of the four performances. However, without the help of Mr. Joseph D. LoPresti, musical director; Mr. Peter J. Kennedy, vocal coach; Mrs. Marcia Biddle, choreographer; Edward D. May, III, accompanist; and Mr. Robert J. Eagle, director, none of this would have been possible. The class of 1969 wishes to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Eagle for making this a most enjoyable year. Starting with Senior Revue and ending with "The Music Man," this was a year of hard work, coupled with much fun and excitement. We wish the best of luck to Mr. Eagle as Director of Drama for the Waltham Public Schools. &&i**m*jc. & J W** m& m J* ■yi m ra > - • • * It f • J i 0k j* - * « ■ fw r~ /I \ £ /] IB 1 Art Club First Row: S. Small, D. Welts, C. Leavitt, Mr. Sgouros, M. Pratt, S. Skinner, B. Jones. Second Row: A. Patten, D. MacNeil, C. Paige, S. La Rosee, C. McHugh, B. Brackett, J. Brodrick, E. Chiasson, B. Dupuis, R. G'Al. (Missing: M. Shea).- 160 Latin Club First Row: M. Petricone, A. Riche, K. Barry, D. Cormier, M. Baker, P. Lancto, R. Tomusko. Second Roto: A. Balevic, L. Conrad, M. Shea, D. Wilkins, K. Remal, K. O'Reilly, P. Keyes, M. Smith, A. Zaia, K. Quagliozzi, V. Peros. Third Row: C. Ray, N. Saltzberg, P. Gaudet, A. Defino, L. Gillen, P. Muldoon, E. O'Reilly, A. Donahue, R. Pacitti, M. Antonucci, A. Meehan. This year's officers were all juniors: President, Denise Cormier; Vice-President, Kathleen Barry; Treasurer, Mary Ellen Baker; and Secretary, Jane Roche. Our objectives as a club are to revitalize Latin as a language of learning and to introduce some semblance of Roman culture to the high school. The first event conducted by the Latin Club was a trip to the Fine Arts Museum in Boston in November. We were taken on a special tour of the Roman and Greek sections. The second event participated in was the foreign language Christ- mas party in the cafeteria. Peter Lancto dressed in a red Roman toga with a wreath for his head and was appropriately named Saturn Clause. Holding a scroll he read a history of Saturnalia holidays. All the members joined in singing three Christmas carols in Latin. The final major event was held May 17th in Needham High School. Approximately thirty Latin students from Waltham High went and participated in the athletic, scholastic, and chariot contests. Our delegation did quite well and we all look forward to an even better next year at the Junior Classical League of Massachusetts Convention. 161 G m a I n u b Sitting Down: N. Soltzberg, P. Yarmantino, L. Bauer, J. Muise. Standing: R. Coleman, F. Butman, J. Crosby, J. Tanner, C. Smelledge, R. McWade. Italian Club First Row: Terry La Crosse, Anne Cocivera, John Vecchione, Sandy Mula. Second Row: Susan Parrella, Linda Uttaro, Maureen Oliveto, Mary LaRosa, Joseph Salvo, Elise Nessolini, Gail Fitz- patrick, Gail Arqua, Barbara McGovern. Third Row: ,Lucienne McDonald, James Mancuso, Alexander DellaPace, Steven Kennen, Jan Sharpe, Nancy Mcrrano, Marilyn McLaughlin. 162 First Row: C. Hagger, W. Peace, J. O'Kane. Second Row: A. Loughry, J. LeShane, L. Johnson, L. Deagle, K. Duddy, M. Dion. Napoleon!?! Cercle Francais 163 Row 1: M. Iagulli, L. Goldsmith, D. Santa, K. Scannell, P. Falconer, P. Keane, J. White. Roiv 2: J. Perkins, E. Sharpe, E. Shapiro, S. Edmunds, J. Nickelson, L. Bauer, M. B. Flynn, L. Emmetts, S. Amiralian. Row 3: K. Champion, K. Trott, S. Davis, H. Joyal, R. Scheier, D. Quigg, J. Hartley, E. McGonigle. Qpanish Club 164 OFFICERS K. Duddy, D. Scheck, Miss Thompson, J.C. (mascot), J. Depass, D. Murry. Ski Club r# ■ i x J i % sF M Debate Club First Row: Miss Donna Murchy, D. Cahill, W. Richard, L. Mullen, C. Olbrys. Second Row: W. Monaco, P. Vincent, T. Robertson, D. Zwirbla, S. Piazza. 166 U.S. History Club First Row: R. Paolino, D. Marcus, T. Cuerdon. Second Row: J. Robichaud, P. Miele, P. Vincent, V. Scalia, J. Danforth. Third Row: M. Colten, P. Mogan, J. Meserve, M. Kerr, L. Sullivan, L. Groth, L. Mullen. The U. S. History Club, fori, the F.O.R.U.N. Club, increased its ac- tivities this year to become one of the most interesting clubs in Waltham High School. This year the members participated in the traditional mock U.N. meeting at Brandies University, where they represented a foreign coun- try in a general assembly and com- mittee meeting. Co-sponsors Mr. Rich- man and Miss Cairnes also arranged for the club to hold a school-wide election during the 1969 Presidential campaign. President Patricia Mogan. vice-president Paul Vincent, and sec- retary-treasurer Mary Kerr all con- tributed to make the club a success this year. The history department ex- presses hope that the U. S. History Club will continue to increase its scope of activities in future years. 167 A.V. gtaff First Row: A. Mannino, C. Nadeau, R. Notartomaso. Second Row: L. Sullivan, A. Harding, S. Oliver, S: Searle, R. Carlson. Third Row: G. Ware, P. Olson, W. Wilde, A. Omobono, C. Leeber, D. Vautour, P. Yamartino, P. Harris. , 168 Speech Festival Left to Right: Warren Frieda, Diane Zammuto, Christine Siragusa, Dorothy Cahill, Suzanne Morreale, Regina Pacitti, Hazel Reidy, advisor, Miss Scully, David Marcus. Slate-wide winner; Diane Zammuto 169 Honor Society First Row: William Peace, Raymond Hillson, John O'Kane, Chris Hagger, John Valentino. Second Row: Mary Genova, Janice Page, Pat Palumbo, Beverly Beaudoin, Daphne Lowell, Carla Johnson, Sheila Zelinskas, Pat Mogan, President. Third Row: Joyce Tanner, Lucienne MacDonald, Christine Siragusa, Karen Duddy, Andrea Loughry, Maureen Dion, Lenore DiPace, Geraldine Cormier, Anne Cicivera. Fourth Row: Laura DeMarco, Jean White, Carole Parisi, Marsha Colten, Marie Greene, Susan Alper, Doris Ricciato, Sue Beaver, Ann Blinn. 170 Future Nurses Club First Row: Mrs. Fitzpatrick, R.N., J. Umbrello, S. Rouchleau, I. Hache, L. Harwich, B. McManama, Z. Dion. Second Row: L. Rollo, D. Barril, D. Collette, C. Gamble, C. Vincuilla, C. Schooner, D. Rizzo. Wr ^r Russian Club First Row: .]. Varnadoe, E. Patten, C. Leavitt, Mr. Cochran, A. Cardillo, I'. Hay. Second Row: P. Harris, D. Hopkins, J. Feoghegan, M. McGovern, E. Roubian, G. Thome, C. Rizzo. 171 Future Teachers of America FACULTY ADVISOR: Mrs. Czarnowski PRESIDENT: Patricia Palumbo VICE PRESIDENT: Anne Cocivera SECRETARY: Donna Caruso, Janice Jigargian TREASURER: Jean Brooks The F.T.A. is an organization for students who are planning to go into the teaching profession. This year's presi- dent, Patricia Palumbo, has contributed to the club's functions with the aid of the faculty advisor, Mrs. Czarnowski. Activities of this year's club have included a teacher's tea given for Waltham High teachers and school committee members; The F.T.A. ushered at the Waltham Teachers Association fashion show and served refreshments following the program; Lesley college students presented talks about college life and the teaching profession; members attended a school session at the Newhall School to observe the children; and to end the year the club spent an evening out to dinner as a group. Luck to all our future teachers — may they contribute as much to teaching as our Waltham High teachers have. Future Teachers of America First Row: C. Zeytoonian, P. Aucoin, R. Roach, S. Falzone. Second Row: L. Milton, G. Fitzpatrick, S. Doyle, J. Mula, J. Rooney, J. Cousineau, T. LaCrosse, S. Heintz. Third Row: L. Hines, M. Kelley, B. Beaudoin, V. Ukirane, N. Brodrick, L. Kilgore, M. Arnold, M. McLaughlin, J. Vanaria. Fourth Row: S. Beaver, M. Colten, D. Headley, M. Green, L. Roache, P. Reagan, S. Zilinskas, G. Hendy, L. Utaro, A. Belleveau, A. Grimes, S. Parella. Fifth Row: K. Devlin, J. Hill, K. Arno, L. Emmits, J. Jigargian, A. Cocivera, P. Palumbo, J. Brooks, J. Antico, J. Perkins, N. Capadona, C. Jurjurian. 174 3 jfehttt* ti t *k ' ri ^W>- * » * I k as-; L , m E A. II 88 ■Bfl «*"* ■ .J i* . Hh I .. Lwjl '*;. .;.... ; "' ' '■ * f as®. ■*> Left to Right: Rosemary Racine, Regina Pacini, Christine Pappageris, James Rando, Joseph Candiosi, Edward Patapanian, Steven Oliver, Wayne Gebhardt, Karen Parperas, Patricia Velardo, Kathleen O'Reilly, Mrs. Francis Flynn, Judy Mazmanian, Laurie Arena, Kathleen Hill. Absent when picture was taken: Christine Johnson, Claudia Ferri. Library Council The Library Council is a service organization under the direction of Mrs. Francis M. Flynn. It is composed of about twenty-five boys and girls who assist in the Library Media Center. The boys are trained to assist with the copying machine, the microfilm reader and the filmstrip projector. They also help in assembling and shelving books. The girls are assigned to the desk and are available to assist students in finding special "reserves" and reference collections. Library Council meetings are scheduled throughout the year. 175 The Student Council is an organization established for the purpose of giving the student body an opportunity to express their opinions in the administration and activities of the high school. It is one of the largest groups in the school, consisting of five Student Council Officers, four class officers, and two Senators from each class. In addition to these main officials, every homeroom elects a repre- sentative, and it is these people who make up the main body of the council, bringing to meetings the ideas of the students. The main functions of the Council within the school are running dances and selling Stu- dent Activity Tickets. We also provide Waltham High sweaters, megaphones and shakers for the football games. The proceeds of these sales go to scholarship funds. A pen, pencil and paper machine was recently provided on the first floor. Student Council Sitting: Marsha Colten, Treasurer; Janice Page, Secretary. Standing: Kathy Burke, Vice President (Girls); Robert Delorey, President; Chuck Lee, Vice President (Boys). Outside the school, the Council participates in car washes and, as Junior Volunteers for the Red Cross, serve at dinners and meetings and on blood- mobiles. Every year the Student Council takes part in regional and state conventions, at which we seek to better our own Council by meeting and exchang- ing ideas with others. First Row: Marsha Colten, Janice Page, Kathy Burke, Charles Nadeau. Back Row: Donald Aucoin, Charles Brophy, Robert Delorey. 176 Chemistry Club First Row: D. Sanclair, J. Mega, R. Aubert, S. Lillis, C. Egirous, P. Yamartino. Second Row: C. Leelier, D. LeShane, J. Crosby, R. Hilson, P. Danielson, V. Scalia, A. Lancto, J. McHugh. Third Row: D. Gebhardt, N. Spracklin, B. Buaudoin, D. Mitchell, M. Kerr, J. Meserue, L. Johnson, J. Page, M. Cincotta. Fourth Row: R. Pridham, W. Chamberlain, S. Harvey, M. McLaughlin, M. Chamberlain, A. Raughy, J. Mula, M. Masterman, R. LeBlanc, E. Shapiro. Fifth Row: P. Foley, K. Eastler, S. Zangi, D. Angelo, J. Tanner, C. Parisi, M. Colten, M. Gordon, B. Lester, M. Vanaria. 77 WH9 Band WH9 Chorale 179 I l^s \ \ \ II Happiness Is" Not even the famous New England snowstorms could halt the production of W.H.S.'s 26th annual talent show. The theme of this year's production, "Happiness Is ..." illustrated the various interpretations of happiness, whether they be dancing, singing or playing a musical instrument. L w W^M ■ ■ i:: : .' : '. 1 ^k - jHP^ « I s i ''I- i S W Club First Row: R. Aubert, C. Policronis, B. Crook, W. Keefe. Second Row: P. Vincent, M. McGovern, K. Scannell, D. Furbush, J. O'kane, M. Flynn. Third Row: P. Keane, A. Lancto, C. Duckworth, D. Faley, R. Vaccarello, W., Porier, C. Lee, R. Jones, W. Wilde, J. Shinnick. Fourth Row: G. Murphy, W. Fiore, G. Lombardo, K. Murphy, R. MacClary, S. Kavanagh, C. Brophy, H. Joyal, D. Sauro, S. SmalJ, S. Murphy. The W Club was established for the athletes at Waltham High School who have won a letter. To be eligible for a letter the athlete must have played a varsity sport and have been an active participant in the sport. This year the W Club and the Coaches Club were co-sponsors for the Arthur Quinn schol- arship softball game. Officers for the 1968-1969 season were Daniel Furbush, president; Kevin Scannell, vice-presi- dent; John O'Kane, treasurer; and Mi- chael McGovern, secretary. This Week at WHQ First Row: D. Cahill, V. Brown, B. Beaudoin, S. Alper, D. Kilcullen, P. Ryberg. Second Row: S. Harvey, L. Johnson, C. Hagger, D. Hachey, A. Muise. Third Row: M. Ohnemus, S. Davis, L. Goldsmith. "This week at Waltham High" is in its 49th year of reporting high school news events to Waltham readers. Space for the column is donated by the Waltham News Tribune giving us 15,000 potential readers each week. The purpose of the column is not to alter or shape school policy, but to cover club and school events and other notable occurrences at the Senior High School and the Vocational High School. A full-time staff open to all WHS students is maintained although faculty and non-mem- bers are welcome to submit material for print. Mr. Hood and Mrs. Shirley are the column's faculty advisors. 185 V, * V . ; \ u» :'• ".:- >K.< v 1. VOCATIONAL SCHOOL n t n g 1st Row: Francis LeBlanc, Robert Scafidi, Richard Bolduc, William Cusano, Peter Collura, Douglas Clarke. 2nd Row: Francis Gallagher, Michael Rudenauer, William Zakur, Joseph Profetto. Machine Qhop 1st Row: Bernard Robichaud, Paul Lopez, Robert Kane, Guy Keenan, Richard Desrosiers, Roland Porter, James Donnelly, Mr. Thomas Procop, Armand Richard, Leonard Morrison, James Pugliese. Missing: Michael Delaney, Richard Cunningham. 188 Auto Body Ronald Doucette, Mr. Vernon Cook, William Belliveau Electronics 1st Row: Rheal LeBlanc, Robert Caliill. 2nd Row: Joseph Gangi, George Deleskey, George Fox, Mr. Wifred St. Martin, James rlffees. Missing: Thomas Hanley. 189 Welding John Lyons, Daniel Hunt, James Mantenuto, Alfred Langill, John Hart, Robert Mongeon. Missing: Richard Palmer. Drafting 190 John Dwyer, Salvatore Santolucito, Mr. Norman Hendry, Peter Streitmater, Michael Mancusto, Joseph Composto, Paul Vincuilla. Auto Mechanics 1st Row: James Arsenault, Patrick Aucoin. 2nd Row: Mr. John Back, Warren Lang, John Cavooto, Richard Melanson, Stephen Saia Steven Glidden, John Nedza, Thomas Greenaway, Mr. Alex Kapamagian. 3rd Rmu: George Stevens, David Buonomo. Missing: Robert Scafidi. c a n y 1st Row: Gerhard Petterson, Alderic LeBlanc, Norman Paquette. 2nd Row: George Harvie, Jeffrey MacDonald, Robert Fraser, George Sumner. Missing: Richard Burke, Robert Verhille. 191 Jane Vitti has won the respect and admiration of all those who have come in contact with her during her three years at Waltham High School. Her courage and determination, along with her pleasing personality, are the very assets which will guide her to a successful career in the field of social work. Her general knowledge and understanding of people will further her in this area. We give Jane our sincere best wishes for a rewarding future. '* ,*-' ...... JUNIORS Despite three days of stormy weather and no school, the class of 1970 was not deprived of its Happy Valen- tine's Day; thanks to our hard-working Prom Commit- tee, under the able direction of William Poirier, and Steven Finamore, the Jr. Prom was still held. In keeping with the appropriate theme, "Winter Won- derland" and Valentine's Day, the cafeteria opened its doors and welcomed Troops of jolly snowmen and rosy- cheeked ice-skaters; even a gigantic super-snowman found his way inside. Throughout the entire wonder- land, little Valentine hearts (and big ones too) cleverly contributed to the atmosphere of gaiety and jollity. In one corner of the winter playground, there was a beautiful chalet where couples could partake of refresh- ments before returning to the festivities. We were extremely fortunate to have the popular Vincent Vaccarello and His Orchestra provide us with the appropriate dedications, such as "Respect" for Mr. Husson, "Wonderful One" for Mr. Morang, and "Our Day Will Come," played especially for us. The climax of the evening was the coronation of the Princess of the Prom and after all the handsome couples paraded throughout the Wonderland, Miss Gail Ryberg, escorted by Steven Joyal, was finally bestown this honor. After more dancing couples anxiously hurried on their way to be in time for reservations. Everyone had such a marvelous time that we anticipate our Senior Prom with even more Excitement. Left to Right: Attendant, Sue Campbell; Prom Princess, Gale Ryberg; Attendant, Mary Roy. Winter Wonderland Jr. Promenade Class of 1970 Front Row: J. Aucoin, R. Anderson, R. Adams, G. Alcon, B. Angelo, V. Allia. Second Row: J. Nocella, S. Arena, T. Nolte, H. Alcon, A. Aucoin, C. Arsenault. D. Arsenault, T. Alongi. Third Rou<: S. Amiralian, N. Alesse, D. Aucoin, K. Arno, D. Araujo. W02 Mrs. McKnight First Row: B. Berkerian, R. Abelli, R. Beaupre. Second Row: A. Bergen, D. Bachelder, W. Barry, D. Aucoin. Third Row: M. Baxter, G. Avery, M. Barrett, J. Baronian, K. Barry. Fourth Row: J. Aucoin, M. E. Baker, C. Bardsley, N. Belliveau. W03 Mrs. Gladysz First Row: M. Bordenca, C. Nutting. D. Boucher, S. Oliver, A. Bleyle. S. Bonney, D. Bonica. Second Row: C. Bouley, A. Boudreau, D. Boudrcau, G. Bertrand, J. Burns. P. O'Brien. P. Bonafide. B. Blodgett, E. Norman. W04 Mr. McKnight First Row: E. Olofsen, P. Olson, D. Breen, J. Buttiglieri, R. Briganti, P. Brassard. Second Row: C. Brophy, K. Burke, J. Boyd, B. Burke, R. O'Neill. Third Row: W. Bourque, H. Olivio, J. Brown, M. Broderick, W. Brown, D. Burches, P. Jones. W06 Mr. Nelson w&BKMmmmm First Row: A. Cardillo, N. Caramanica, D. Bushard, F. Cannistraro, B. Casey, E. Cacciatore, N. Carmel. Second Row: D. Chim, L. Butman, S. Calson, M. Carter, P. Cosgrove, G. Callahan, S. Campbell, P. Callahan, K. Barnes. Third Row: D. Casella, D. Caisey, P. Camuti, A. Cantaria, C. Corrigan, C. Carmody, A. Cari. WO 7 Mrs. Genoch First Row: A. Clarke, K. Chipman, R. Chiasson, P. Ciccolo, K. OToole, D. Chiasson. Second Row: D. Churakian, U. Castellano, G. Chamberlain, C. Chapman, M. Cincotta, J. Chapman, C. Champion, Mr. Grant. Third Row: R. Collins, A. Collins, C. Chaisson, S. Chilingerian, L. Castellano, B. Clarke. W08 Mr. Grant Front Row: C. Patapanian, J. Cotter, G. Coppola, D. Clasby, S. Corbett, R. Coraccio, J. Passerello. Second Row: C. Collett, K. Coughlin, L. Corcoran, N. Cripps, D. Cormier, D. Conners, J. Cripps. Third Row: J. Cobuzzi, J. Pappas, J. Cousineau, J. Crockford, L. Palmer. W09 Miss Capellupo 1st Row: R. Croteau, D. Dellarcipet, R. Crook, J. Crosby, J. Cusano, L. Crossman. Row 2: P. David, G. Davidson, L. Demarco, B. Demro, J. Dellacamern, S. Curry. Row 3: E. Curtis, D. DeMelle, M. Crowe, A. Cusano, J. D'Eugenio, P. Clasby, J. DeProfio. W101 Mr. Regan First Row: P. Doe, J. Dunn, M. Doucet, K. Eagan. Second Row: Boucette, D. Dunlop, R. Duddy, M. Devane, D. Dollard, D. Doherty, T. Di Pace, A. Du Bois. Third Row: D. Doucet, N. Doherty, G. Elander, P. Enery, B. Brackett, K. Dunbar, L. Emmetts, J. Elphar, N. Pederson. Fourth Row: C. Dion, E. Doherty, C. Devane, D. Devoe, L. Dunne, E. Dube. W103 Mr. Lundberg First Row: J. Fahey R. Faulkner, S. Finamore. Second Row: D. Ferson, W. Ewha, D. Feeley, T. Farsell, W. Ferry, R. Famosi. Third Row: K. English, N. Erickson, S. Gallegher, J. Ferrera, S. Falzone, L. Farenda, 0. Ferrara. Fourth Row: P. Pendergast, C. Fabrizio, M. Pelletier, C. Flanagan, M. Fine. W104 Miss Magrath First Row: P. Garity, F. Connors, M. Garrigan, S. Generoso, W. Peice, A. Gaudet. Second Row: J. Gisrdina, S. Gardner, G. O'Brien, M. Flynn, J. Girolamo, Al Garnache, R. Flynn. Third Row: J. Varnadoe, E. Gardner, M. Fonseca, D. Gebhardt, L. Fournier, W. Gallegher, K. Gamble. Fourth Row: , , J. Forte, P. Foley, W105 Mrs. Feldman First Row: B. Halloran, S. Goldstein, H. Green, S. Hamilton, R. Gogan. Second Row: N. Gould, B. Gladman, D. Glawson, C. Gullotti, L. Groth, I. Hache, C. Green. Third Roiv: E. Grant, M. Gogen, J. Perkins, D. Goguen, B. Pilla. W106 Miss Babb First Row: G. James, M. Keenan, P. Lacava. Second Roiv: R. Johnson, L. Isaacson, B. Jones, D. Johnson, B. Jackson, K. Johnson. Third Row: D. Kaufman, L. Ianuzzo, C. Janson, A. Johnson, J. Jahrling. Fourth Row: L. Kavey, S. Juliano, L. Juliano. W108 Mrs. Maclure First Row: P. Harris, L. Horvitz, B. Hart, J. Hughes. Second Row: K. Hoyt, D. Hurley, W. Perley, R. Hickey, M. Petricone, R. Hughes. Third Row: K. Hie], C. Harvey, L. Hines, G. Hendry, N. Hayes, C. Hoffses, B. Hebert, L. Harwich, L. Hurley, J. Hartley. Fourth Row: D. Herman, G. Hines, W. Holmes, K. Hoyt, D. Hopwood, D. Heedley, D. Hartman, D. Hosmer. W107 Mr. Curry First Roiv: J. Lafargue, J. Pittorino, R. LaRosa. Second Row: D. Marcus. A. Lanclo. R. Lassman, S. Lambert, B. King. Third Row: D. Mullaney, G. LeBlanc, L. Kilgore, K. LeBlanc, M. Kerr, C. Kelly, K. Kelly, D. Kilcullen. E. LeBlanc. Fourth Row: J. LeBlanc. J. LaCava, L. LeBlanc, L. Keniston, C. Leavitt. D. LeBlanc, L. Kokidko. W109 Mr. Leverone First Row: R. Linstrom, G. Lombardo, R. LeBIanc, J. Rando. Second Row: J. Logan, J. Radosta, D. LeShane, R. Powderly, C. Leeber, D. Quinn. Third Row: R. LeBIanc, J. Rando, F. Leone, D. LeBIanc, W. Poirier, S. Leydon, W. Lee, C. Ravesi. Fourth Row: S. Leger, S. Lahey, C. Lombardo, H. Lally, C. Thomas, R. Pridham, I). La Roche, N. Lazaro. Fifth Row: D. Lore. L. LeBIanc, P. Martin, P. Quirk, C. Ray. Wl 10 Mr. Sheehan First Row: G. Marcolina, D. Lund, P. MacKay, S. Maclnnis, T. Marchant, R. Lucas. Second Row: V. Mallozzi, N. MacLeod, C. Magner, D. Lovequist, D. Marcou, J. Mannino, S. MacKenzie. Third Row: T. Martin, B. Rayne, J. Reino, C. Malone, P. MacDonald, L. Low, G. Manzelli. T. Martin. Wl 1 1 Miss Bowen First Row: T. Rickman, J. Mason, J. McHugh, D. McQuigan. Second Row: P. Roach, F. Richard, M. Masterman, J. Mazmanian, M. McAvoy, M. McLaughlin, M. McHugh, C. McCormack, P. McNamara. Third Row: F. Rigoli, M. McGann, M. McCarthy, M. Rigoli, J. Martorilli, J. Median. Wl 12 Mr. Thorp 1st Row: C. Scafde, J. Salvo, D. Rogge. 2nd Row: C. Romans, G. Murphy, J. Sarns, R. Rogers, J. Russell, R. Sanger, W. Robichaud. 3rd Row: J. Savage, D. Rochleau, P. Santalucito, J. Rotchford, M. Robichaud, H. Reidy, L. Roche, G. Ryberg, C. Robinson, J. Roche. 4th Row: C. Rogers, M. Scafide, C. Saia, R. Rourke, P. Roach, J. Santa Maria, B. Peavy, J. Robichaud, D. Sandstrom, L. Rollo. W206 Mr. Sullivan 1st Row: S. Miller, S. Murphy, W. McMillan. 2nd Row: R. Murphy, C. Nadeau, R. Murphy, W. Monaes, K. Navin, R. Mirabito, K. Murphy. 3rd Row: P. Medaglia, J. Murphy, S. Morreall, C. Muir, J. Meserve, L. Merritts, D. Miniosale, B. Mobilia, S. Mogan. 4th Row: A. Mroszczyk, M. O'Brien, J. Monty, L. Mullen, A. Olsen, D. Mullaney, G. Milioto. W203 Mr. Thompson 1st Row: S. Sweeney, D. Sinclair, S. Shaughnessy, F. Schultz, K. Stashis, V. Scania. 2nd Row: S. Slater, V. Scalia, F. Stanton, G. Segien, T. Robertson, M. Simmons, R. Scheier, S. Searle. 3rd Row: J. Spaulding, M. Sicotte, P. Stedman, K. Sharkey, M. Smith, J. St. Germain, S. Skinner, P. Regan. 4th Row: M. Stahi, P. Teele, M. Shea, L. Smith, J. Skotland, D. Selby, L. Soderholm. W207 Mr. Tyner Row 1: J. Taranto, J. Valiante, A. Tauber, E. Strong, I. Young, G. Tobin, F. Tierney, R. Sweet, J. Thambush. Row 2: P. Toy, S. Young, B. Tourney, R. Tomuska, R. Sweeney, L. Uttaro, K. Sullivan, J. Vanaria, V. Ukraine, L. Sullivan, S. Sullivan. Row 3: J. Walker, J. Tir6ne, F. Viveiros, M. Vanaria, K. Sullivan, F. Trifiletti, B. Troie, E. Thome, L. Sullivan. W209 Miss Koledo Row 1 : C. Devlin, R. Klein, Mr. Healy, H. Le Blanc, W. Montgomery. Row 2: R. Martin, A. Mogan, P. Cormier, Z. Cummings, D. Nickerson, R. Pelkey. Row 3: R. Warner, K. Stahl, G. Chute, T. O'Reilly. 801 1 Mr. Healy Row 1: R. Wheaton, R. Wolfe, W. Wilder, R. Wilder, R. Yetten, E. Waldron, P. Vincent, D. Warren, C. Vary. Row 2: P. Velardo, S. Wright, C. Williams, Y. Veilleux. Row 3: D. Whalen. S. Zanghi, J. Zaia, J. Weidenfield, C. Zeytoonian, T. Weeks. W21 1 Miss Devane Jr. Class Officers Left to Right: Nancy Lazaro, Susan Falzone, Donna DeMelle, Sandra Wright. This year one of our seniors, Beverly Ann Beau- doin, was chosen Miss Teenage Boston 1968-1969. On November 23 Beverly, representing Massa- chusetts, was flown with her mother to Fort-Worth, Texas. There she competed for one week with fifty- eight girls from all over the United States in the Miss Teenage America Pageant, which was na- tionally televised on CBS TV. Any girl from thirteen to eighteen years of age is eligible to enter. Judging at all levels of the competition is based on intelligence, talent, poise and appearance. The girl who wins the local and even the national pageant is called upon to speak publicly, to be interviewed, and even to perform for various groups . It's a year of fun and excitement. We con- gratulate Beverly on her achievement. Beverly Beaudoin Miss Teenage Boston mi* if Mr. Larry D. Edwards. President of Teen America Associates, joins the fiirls in a hit of fun. 207 "■* "n ia wmmii , - m Front Row: P. Biron, M. Bernardi, M. Benson, K. Bass, D. Bennett, R. Allian, F. Badger, M. Barry. Second Rpw: K. Beck, A. Bachelder, J. Butler, M. Jacob, S. Barone, P. Barmakian, P. Arsenault, A. Blaiklock, C. Bastarache, J. Balevic. Row Three: D. Babul, G. Bardsley, N. Belliveau, N. Behrikis, T. Bassakides, L. Austin, J. Aucoin, D. Barrile. 902 Mr. Steinberg Front Row: J. Auiles, W. Andrews, W. Durkin, J. Auld, L. Annun- ciata, G. Adams, W. Faranda, D. Aucoin, T. Attardo. Second Row: D. Antico, L. Arena, J. Arnold, P. Arsenault, R. Arnold, J. Ackerman, M. Allison, G. Anderson, J. Aucoin, D! Altrich, E. Chiasson. Third Row: M. Allain, J. Papia, M. Antenuccoi, P. Allia, P. Arsen- ault, P. Arena, S. Arnold, K. Arenburg, A. Abbott, M. Gettings, M. Ariszmendi, K. Aborn. SOI Mr. Collins Front Row: J. Bonica, J. Brescia, D. Calahan, R. Carlson, P. Cane, S. Cappadena, T. Banchard, S. Piazza, F. Butman. Second Row: M. Brinton, D. Beran, J. Briggs, G. Borrell, D. Blumen- riech, R. Hassette, P. Blanchard, W. Butcher, P. Bogosian, K. Bergstrom, R. Bowley. Third Row: J. Block, D. Bergeron, U. Bonica, C. Black, M. Ross, D. Brody, P. Boisvert, C. Bishop, S. Bennett, P. Bourot, J. Bourque, S Besso. S03 Mrs. Czarnowski First Row: R. Doiron, R. Duffy, A. Doucette, D. Drinon, D. Drew, S. Donnelly, J. Doucette. Second Row: G. Cobb, S. Dinoff, T. Driscoll, J. Dileone, J. Dideo, P. DeLuca, C. Collett. Third Row: M. Connaughton, C. Cianci, L. Conrad, D. Cormier, H. Cormier, C. Cimino, D. Cincotta, P. Collins, E. Clarke. 9106 Dr. Hurkamp Front Row: K. Cobb, R. Chadwick, R. Chebookjian, J. Carroll, B. Childs, J. Clarke, B. Colton, R. Coleman, E. Chaisson. Second Row: B. Burns, M. Bushway, J. Campbell, S. Cincotta, A. Chaprales, D. Charnley, D. Caruso, "R. Casey, J. Casella, J. Calahan, S. Bryant. Third Row: E. Burke, C. Buckley, Y. Caissie, B. Burnell, S. Bry, J. Burke, K. Buccella, D. Brooks, P. Brophy, C. Cappadona. 804 Mrs. 8loan First Row: J. Curtis, D. Cosgrove, T. Consoll, S. Creamer, R. Dagostino, G. Jee, C. Coveney, D. Delaney, J. Danforth, K. Darcy. Second Row: E. Carroll, S. Castello, P. Cardarelli, P. Corcoran, W. Cook, N. Cormier, D. Jee, P. Cooney, N. Carty, G. Cerqua, M. Carpentino. Third Row: L. Centola, J. Bertolami, M. Cappadonna, W. Chamber- lain, P. Chapman, D. Delaney, S. Chiacchio, J. Cericola, M. Chris- topher, D. Cornier, D. Carr. 805 Mrs. Grillo i'i> wi'iuini Floor: D. Hines, J. Hines, J. Izzi, M. Griff, E. Hood, P. Hapenney, R. Handrahan, K. Hargraves, G. Hersey, W. Howe, P. Gisbourne, A. Jacobs, J. Harding, M. Glen. Third Row: C. Devoe, D. Dubie, S. Duprez, D. Demarco, E. Habert, J. Hayes, K. Doherty, M. Dupuis, B. Dupuis, J. Dunn. Fourth Row: E. DuBois, S. Delong, J. Donahue, P. Demeo, D. Dome- orit, M. DiCarlo, K. Delocamera, K. Dien. 9201 Mrs. Cheng First Row: P. Crickson, R. Geary, R. Field, W. Edmunds, D. Du- fresne, C. Flanders, D. Forgione, G. Fitzpatrick, Mr. Hart. Second Row: D. Cox, I. Daly, T. Eagan, A. Fanara, P. English, E. Giardinia, G. Delaney, P. Daly, N. Cotterly. Third Row: D. Dagostino, M. Curtin, D. Cosgrove, R. Corrigan, C. Cottone, J. Crane, J. Crosby. 9108 Mr. Hart First Row: B. Jones, D. Joliat, J. Kleiner, S. Lahaise. Second Row: K. Keady, K. James, D. Kennedy, J. Jigargian, J. Joyal, D. Keohane, D. Kyte. Third Row: V. Faulstich, M. Eisner, B. Fraser, K. Felt, P. Gardiner, R. Famosi, F. Fiorelli, S. Edmunds. Fourth Row: D. Fuller, M. Flaherty, E. Frasier, C. Ferri, C. Eng- rassia, E. Erickson, J. Gahan, S. Gagnon, D. Felix. 9202 Mrs. Papadopoulos Row 1: P. Douglas, T. Leahy, W. Lee, P. Lancto, J. Lamport, D. Giardina, R. Lazaro, T. Lando, T. LeFort. Row 2: J. Giorgianni, S. Herring, L. Langten, D. Lee, P. Goode, M. DiNauta, P. LeBlanc, R. LeBlanc, T. Halstead, M. Hansen. Row 3: C. Gracia, J. Hayden, G. Hentzi, P. Goldman, F. Gorfiani, C. Graziosi, L. Gillen, K. Generoso, P. Gaudet, C. Hartley, B. Gullotti. 9203 Mrs. Pacitti Row 1: B. MacLure, G. Millet, F. Neil, M. MacKinnen, K. Malloy, L. MacDowell, M. Malloy, C. Lombardi, R. MacPherson, R. Maillet, W. Lindo. Roiv 2: S. Kane, J. Johnson, S. Jones, K. Johnson, R. Hinds, D. Freeman, D. Johnson, B. Karlberg, P. Howard, C. Johansen. Row 3: K. Hosmer, J. Jurjurian, M. Iagulli, C. Howe, M. Karamas, F. Harren, B. Jigarjian, K. Isaacson, N. Kachagian, B. Hinckley. 9204 Mr. 9gouros Row 1: P. Mangini, E. McDonald, K. Ring, R. McCue. Row 2: I). Mclver, R. McMahon, C. Lord, R. Mauro, D. Martin, J. McCarthy, W. McGean. Row 3: B. King, K. LaRosee, S. Kibort, D. Harris, P. Kiom, P. Keyes, S. Kaspcr, C. Kellner, M. Mastropieri, A. Kirrane. Row 4: A. Kennen, J. Kenney, P. Lander, M. Kakidko, J. Kazanjian, R. Hardiman, M. LaRosee, M. Kelly, E. Keefe, A. Lambros. 9205 Mrs. Maguire Row 1: N. Nolte, G. Nelson, R. Maillet, S. O'Kane, W. Norton, S. Noonan. Row 2: C. Nagazer, C. MacKennon, C. Mallozzi, J. Mancuso, A. Lydon, D. MacNeil. S208 Mrs. Kalman Row 1: F. Fleming, D. Myrshrall, S.. Mederios, B. Monaco, J. Milner, P. Miele, S. Morin, J. Morizio, T. Morrison. Row 2: B. Lorenzen, D. LeBlanc, G. Najarian, R. Murphy, P. Mula, F. Muise, T. Myers, L. Lorette, L. Lincoln. Row 3: D. London, D. Lelievre, A. Leonard, C. Lewis, J. Lenient, D. LeBlanc, M. LeBlanc. 8207 Mr. Fleming Row 1: V. Ollivo, P. Pappas, G. Panjian, R. Oliva, P. Parisi. Row 2: S. Marotta, C. Pappargeris, J. Martorilli, M. Marrano, M. Manero. Row 3: R. Marzano, B. McArdle, J. Mantenuto, S. Mansfield. 8209 Mr. Sweeney First Row: R. McWade, P. Pandedosi, D. Poldoian, J. Pinzone, G. Parrella, J. Petterson. Second Row: M, Provencher, S. Perkins, G. Priest, W. Penney, D. Phillips, R. Provencher, M. Connors. Third Row: J. Milinazzo, G. Montgomery, C. McCluskey, A. Schkuta, P. Milner, C. Molonea, D. Milinazzo, D. McCluskey, M. Mc- Laughlin. Fourth Row: J. McCarthy, K. Megerdichian, A. Mclnnis, D. Mc- Grath, C. Merriam. 9211 Miss Andreassian First Row: R. Racicot, K. O'Brien, Mr. -Healey, K. Brasco, R LeBlanc. Second Row: R. Buckley, G. Labranche, A. Cook. 9012 Mr. Healey 215 Row 1: J. Robichard, G. Roy, D. Rochatka. Row 2: J. Ryan, S. Roth, A. Rigoli, G. Richardson, J. Roach, C. Russell, T. Quinn. Row 3: J. Perkins, J. Murray, J. Nicholson, S. Nicotera, B. Noonan, S. Nagle, C. Olbrys, M. Ohnemus, E. Nessolini. Roiv 4: B. Mulhaney, B. Mathanson, L. Mozie, G. Moran, E. O'Reilly, P. Muldoon, J. Rizzo, D. Newis. 9306 Mr. Lamb Row 1 : J. Scanlon, S. Sanasarian, S. Mega, P. Ryberg, J. Santa- angelo, G. Samuel, M. Ryberg, J. Schrimpf. Row 2: C. Paige, K. Quagliozzi, V. Peros, M. Patterson, K. O'Rielly, C. Rankin, P. Pilon, S. Palmer, M. Pratt. Row 3: D. Preston, D. Perkins, R. Pacitti, M. Picone, J. Potas, K. Perperas, K. Ranno. 9307 Miss Robins Row 1: M. Segalini, B. Skinner, J. Shaughnessy, 'S. Segien, M. Shea, M. Shannon, D. Smith. Row 2: J. Roach, B. Schutz, C. Smelledge, K. Remal, T. Smith, G. Senarian, L. Roy. Roiv 3: E. Rodrigues, L. Rosen, P. Rhodes, B. Robichaud, S. Sal- vato, D. Robertson, L. Begeron, N. Saltzberg, L. Ruggierow. 9308 Mr. Bohlman 216 Row 1: H. Womboldt, G. Ware, D. White. Row 2: R. Whitney, B. Whitmore, B. Wright, J. Zuppe, R. Walsh, R. Zammuto. Row 3: G. Wyskiel, L. Sullivan, P. Duddy, A. Zuppe, D. Verhille, D. Wilkins, N. Vinci, L. Walsh, S. Whalen, D. Welts. Row 4: E. Wright, J. Whitney, K. Madden, D. Watson, G. Weeks, J Walsh, D. Delaire, D. Zammuto. W204 Miss Ward Row 1: J. Tranchita, J. Salvucci, G. Murchie, J. Gandiosi, S. Sampson. Row 2: D. Suter, A. Stohl, K. Trott, W. Stanton, M. Sullivan, R. Towne. Row 3: E. Smith, L. Smith, R. Smith, K. Schopen, J. Sharpe, S. Smith, D. Schuman, J. Schinnick. Row 4: M. Simmons, C. Smith, K. Scafidi, C. Caissie, J. Sudman, D. Sherman. W201 Mrs. WHwer First Row: F. Viola, F. Vautour, S. Venuti, K. Vail, S. DonDohlen, A. Voci, D. Walsh. Second Row: Y. Katherine, L. Vigue, J. Thibbetts, R. Turcott, I. Sumner, J. Twomey, G. Tavener, M. Tushin, C. Stoney, L. Sullivan. C. Stepp, C. Umbrello. Third Row: D. Taylor., J. Swyers, C. Stahl, G. Thompson, D. Testa, L. Trombley, C. Tousignant, H. Taylor, J. Travaline, B. Squires. W205 Miss Thompson 217 Sophomore Class Officers Top to Bottom: Virginia Faulstich, Sheilla Castello, Nancy Carty, Bradley Childs. Missing: Terry Eagan. 218 w* <<r v s HB^^^ xm Left to Right, 1st Row: E. Noonan, R. Aubert, G. Dufromont, W. Chaprales, S. Joyal, R. Corette, R. Doucette, R. MacClary, P. Leger, E. Thomas, F. Asaro, P. Bella, C. Lee, D. Sauro. Left to Right, 2nd Row: R. Jones, W. Ferry, E. Yetten, M. Delaney, P. Hammond, B. Doherty, R. Jackson, Marcou, B. Sweeney, R. Faulkner, C. Brophy, D. Foley, S. Goldstein, F. Santon, G. Lombardo. FOOTBALL SCORES 1968 Sept. 28 Rindge 22-0 W Oct. 5 Brookline 18-19 L Oct. 12 Arlington 36-22 W Oct. 19 Haverill 22-14 W Oct. 26 Weymouth 6-32 L Nov. 2 Watertown 26- W Nov. 9 Brockton 34-14 W Nov. 16 Newton 14-29 L Nov. 28 Somerville *Homecoming Game 14-24 L Hockey Front Row, L to R: Paul Legere, Co-Captain, Ed Roubian, Co-Captain, Ned Yetten, Peter Streitmater, Art Dubois, Bob Jones. Second Row, L to R: Assistant Coach, Tom Taylor, Coach Walter Brinn, Jim Kelley, Henry Joyal, Steve Finamore, Gary Joyal, Greg Magnar, Peter Le Blanc, Steve Joyal, Bill Poirier, Bob McCarthy, Al Flanders, Ed Pilicy, Warren Wilder. SCORES Brookline 1 Arlington 3 Newton 2 Somerville 7 Rindge 7 Medford Cambridge 4 Brookline 1 Arlington 1 Newton 2 Somerville 3 Rindge 4 Medford Cambridge 1 2 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 1 1 1 Basketball Front Row, Left to Right: Dave Nurse, Dave Satrro, Co-Capt. Peter Jones, Co-Capt. Chuck Lee, Danny Furbush, Paul Keane, Russ Hammond. Back Row, Left to Right: Dave Drinon, Keith Chipman, Kevin Scannell, Kevin Burns, Mark Flynn, Dave Feeley and William Keefe, Manager. SCORES We They Rindge 55 56 Somerville 72 81 Brockton 59 69 Cambridge 71 61 Arlington 70 57 Newton 80 57 Brookline 70 69 Weymouth 75 62 Newton South 91 59 Rindge 64 75 Brockton C 54 Cambridge 77 Arlington 74 Watertown 94 Watertown 79 Newton South 99 Newton 78 Brookline 87 Weymouth 57 Somerville 60 They 67 85 65 47 45 79 61 64 54 50 3ISW* 8 ' MAUREEN DION — , — PENNY FALCONER Cheerleaders REBECCA LESTER Captain L to R, First Row: Bob Crools, Tony Attardo, Moe Bordenca, Mike Provencher, Kevin Murphy, Tim Smith, Bill Faranda, Bob Whitney. Back Row, L to R: Coach Lee Gould, Tim Cuerdon, Ken Navien, Al Garnache, Al Lancto, Pam Gaudet, Mgr., Captain Steve Murphy, Pam Keyes, Mgr., Bob Gledhill, Charlie Duckworth, Steve Searle, Joe Tranchita, Bob Shubert, Asst. Coach. Absent from picture Sue Alper, Senior Manager. Track Track First Row: P„ Legere, T. Myers, K. Murphy, P. Mula, W. Faranda, G. Capolla. Second Row: V. Scalia, J. Tranchita, B. Bonica, P. McPherson, A. Lancto, S. Murphy, A. Attardo. Third Row: P. Keyes, mgr., T. Cuerdon, R. Gledhill, A. Jacobs, J. Muller, K. Trott, P. Miele, R. Hughes, G. Borrell, S. Bonney, R. Croak, C. Smith, Coach L. Gould. 233 iHHHH^HM^BH^HHBHBBHBHBHH^IBHHHHHHIH^HBHBB^^^BIMIHBBH Baseball Front Row: T. Lando, R. Mullen, S. Corbett, W. Wilde, D. Furbush, K. Sullivan, T. Landry, J. Auld. Rear: E. Elliott, R. Lorette, N. Yetten, K. Perry, A. Bleyle, K. Burns, R. Hammond, D. Johnson, B. Osganian, J. O'Kane, B. King, Coach R. Yetten. WALTHAM HIGH WON 9, LOST 9 W *Watertown, won 7 *Natick, won 9 8 Camb. Latin, won 3 a^^— ^^^^^^_ ■ -*m ▼* j.^—^.bh-..— _», Arlington, won 6 5 ^P m&^ #£^^^EmK*t»0h- Brockton, lost 3 7 Newton, lost 7 <ppH '^flf Newton South, lost 6 7 p - Wr^^Jujm^m^M Sm" Brookline, won 4 3 Weymouth, lost 8 Rindge Tech., lost 3 8 Camb. Latin, won 3 1 Brockton, lost 3 5 Arlington, lost 1 11 lffl(TUlj Newton South, lost 9 N|»" JB V Brookline, won 7 4 Weymouth, won 10 6 Newton, lost 8 <C«4U\ Rindge Tech., won 5 3 ~T ' TOTALS 70 100 ~Zr *Non-league game. 234 ^W fl • ,^^^H ' I ^| ^£^ 1 ^m -*^B I >^- ^ B^ v 4 L*^ y "4i »■. / Qwim Team Left to Right: 1st Row: George Fox, Don Aucoin, Al McMann, Dave Murray. 2nd Row: Bob McMann, Rick Dunlap, Don Clasby, Bill Fiori, John Shinnick, Paul Aucoin, John Wright, Brendan O'Nei], Coach. SCORES WE Maiden 70 Boston English 43 Catholic Memorial 48 Rindge Tech 11 Cambridge Latin 33 Brockton 60 Wellesley 52 Lexington 58 Matignon 65 Brookline 54 Boston Latin 52 Championship League 3rd place Eastern Mass. 5th place THEY 24 52 46 62 35 43 37 20 41 43 n n First Row: Coach T. Foley, H. Joyal, F. Gardiner, P. Parisi, Coach J. Hart. Second Row: S. Joyal, G. Pilla, A. Stohl. Third Row: R. Vaccarello, R. Adams, P. Ciccollo. Golf First Row: Coach J. Krol, J. Merrullo, D. Aucoin, D. Depass, S. Kavanagh, capt.; M. Barry, T. Leahy. Second Row: R. Fteld, P. Le Blanc, E. Roubian. B. Poirier. Third Row: R. Ahelli, A. Ravesi, A. Flanders. 236 Rifle Team First Row, Left to Right: W. Fieda, A. Tanber, R. Famosi, R. Wheaton, D. Jones. Second Row: J. Russo, S. Small, C. Vary, S. Slatter, E. Spilliet, D. Dunlop, Coach J. Siarno. Missing: Capt. R. Nessolini, G. Summer and Asst. Coach J. Toohil. The 1969 rifle team captured second place in the Middlesex Scholastic Rifle League with 7 wins and 2 losses were tied with Marlboro 7 wins and 2 losses. At a special shoot-off the crimson shooters beat Marlboro for permanent second place. Capt. Rick Nessolini was 2d high individual in the league with a % point from first place. Alan Tanber won the 1st prize in the Moose Rifle Trophy Shoot. 1969 SCHEDULE 8-3 Acton 790 Waltham Newton 866 Waltham Marlboro 886 Waltham Melrose 832 Waltham Concord 805 Waltham Bedford 857 Waltham Wayland 892 Waltham Watertown 827 Waltham Maiden 925 Waltham Shoot-off Match Marlboro 884 Waltham 878-W 882-W 874- L 875-W 881- W 909-W 907-W 904-W 900- L 895-W 237 Volleyball Varsity Newton South Brookline Cambridge Latin Newton Brockton Newton South Newton 15-8 15-11 forfeit 15-9 15-3 15-0 15-1 15-7 15-4 15-3 15-4 6-15 15-2 15-10 Won Won Won Won Won Won Won RECORD 7 Wins Losses 1 2 3 Newton South 8-15 15-4 15-6 Won Brookline forfeit Won Cambridge Latin 16-14 14-12 Won Newton 16-14 15-10 Won Brockton 15-1 15-3 Won Newton South 15-3 15-7 Won Newton 15-1 15-9 Won RECORD 7 Wins Losses First Row: B. Lester, L. Bowse, Miss Castros, S. Gardner, J. Brodrick. Second Row: (Mgr. L. Milton, C. Molonea, P. Velardo, D. Beran, L. Kilgore, L. Emmetts, L. Castellano. Volleyball Jr. Varsity Left to Right: M. Ohnemus, N. Brodrick, S. Herring, M. Kelley, Miss Castros, S. Doyle, M. Chamberlain, B. Jenkins, K. Johnson. 238 Basketball Varsity Newton South 66 Waltham 15 Lost Lexington Waltham 89 23 Lost Waltham Brookline 28 22 Won Newton Waltham 36 10 Lost Waltham Brockton 29 20 Won Watertown Waltham 27 24 Lost Waltham Brockton 51 12 Lost Waltham 22 Cambridge-Latin 16 Lost Watertown Waltham 37 22 First Row: S. Leger, L. Bowse, J. Brodrick, B. Lester. Second Row: Miss Gravelin, C. Tousignant, P. Velardo, L. Kilgore, D. Beran, L. Emmetts, C. Mlolnea, L Castellano (Mgr.) Archery First Row: S. Leger, L. Bowse, J. Brodrick, B. Lester. Second Row: Miss Gravelin, C. Tousignant, P. Velardo, L. Kilgore, D. Beran, L. Emmetts, C. Molonea, L. Castellano (Mgr.). 239 Waltham vs. Newton 16- 8 Lost Waltham vs. Brookline 14-12 Lost Waltham vs. Watertown 10- 8 Won Qoftball First Row: Kathy Stahl, Brenda Burns, Lois Bowse, Captain; Donna Bergeron, Ann Mclnnis. Second Row: Chris Molonea, Lorna Lorette, Karin Johnson, Patty Boisvert. Third Row: Nancy Brodrick, Debbie Beran, Debbie Cosgrove, Jerri Connor, Manager; Miss Helen Castros, Advisor. Tennis First Row: Debbie London, Noreen Spracklin, Maura Tushin, Sharon Procyk, Miss Doris Hudak, Advisor. Second Row: Simone Legere, Mary Genova, Judy Ristuccia, Becky Lester. Andrea Loughry, Carol Tousignant. 240 Kevin Ala Massachusetts Bay Community College Vito Alongi Chamberlayne Junior College Susan Alper Vassar College Donna Anderson Chandler School for Women Deborah Angelo Massachusetts Bay Community College Janice Antico University of Massachusetts Cecilia Arena Colorado State College Cheryl Arena Carnegie Mellon Margaret Arnold Bridgewater State College Frank Asaro Mesa Junior College Richard Aubert Boston College Donald Aucoin Boston College Patricia Aucoin Westfield State College Paul G. Aucoin Newbury School of Business Paul J. Aucoin Henry 0. 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Kevin Burns Suffolk University Judith Byron Massachusetts College of Art Peter Blythewood Control Data Institute Dorothy Cahill University of Massachusetts Robert Cahill Wentworth Institute Geary Caisey Henry 0. 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College of Art Timothy C on aington Uni Marcella Cusano Husson College rzzt ■ ■ :. ._ : z ~ZZ:c:':Z.y/:z ' : : z : Z = :;- : . : :. : . : Paul Danielson University of Massachusetts Margaret Daugman Newman Preparatory -'" . 2 : ' c ; :":': Z. -, ' . _ _ - Lynne Deagie University of Massachusetts Thomas DeFilippo Massachusetts Bay Community College Michael Delaney Wentworth Politechnic Institute George Deleskey Newman Preparatory Alexander DellaPace Newton Junior College Robert Delorey Northeastern University John DeLosa Worcester Academy Mary Anne Delosa Fisher Junior College Robert DeLoury Massachusetts Bay Community College Laura DeMarco Boston State College Carolyn Dennison Computer Programming Center Ronald Despres Career Training Institute Denis Desrosiers Massachusetts Bay Community College Robert DeVincent Bryant and Stratton Kathleen Devlin Framingham State College Charlotte Dilaway Boston University Susan DiLorenzo University of Massachusetts Maureen Dion University of Massachusetts Victoria Dion St. Anne's Lenore DiPace Aquinas Junior College Edward Doe Wentworth Institute Brian Doheny Bryant and Stratton Kathleen Doherty University of Massachusetts Jeannette Doucet Beth Israel Hospital Richard Doucette Northeastern University Christine Dowcett Framinghan Union Hospital Suzanne Doyle Salve Regina Roland Dubie Newbury School of Business Karen Duddy Boston College Gerard Dufromont Massachusetts Bay Community College Frederick Dunlap Fairfield University David Duquette Massachusetts Bay Community College Kathryn Eastler Boston University Meredith Edgar Fisher Junior College Charles Egirous Boston College Nancy Ellis Boston University Sharon Ellis Northeastern University Mark Enik Bryant and Straton Paul Epstein Cooper Union Mary Facenda Bay State Jr. College Camille Famosi Graham Jr. College William Fiore University of Massachusetts, Boston Joseph Fitzpatrick Computer Institute Marsha Flanagan Newton-Wellesley, X-ray Mary-Beth Flynn Aquinas Jr. College John Foley St. Francis Lorraine Frost Massachusetts Bay Community Daniel Furbush Boston College Gail Gannon Massachusetts Bay Community Susan Gardiner Newton Jr. College Frank Gardner Framingham State College Ronald Gaudet Graham Jr. College Wayne Gebhardt Control Data Institute Mary Genova Northeastern University James Geoghegan Mass. 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Ronald McKenna Bridgewater State Marilyn McLaughlin U. of New Hampshire Dennis McShane Mass. Bay C.C. Joseph Merullo Merrimack Dawn Michell Anderson College Donald Mickalson Mass. Bay C.C. Douglas Miller Northeastern University Margaret Mitchill Pierce Secretarial Patricia Mogan Simmons Maryjane Montgomery Graham Jr. Cynthia Moore Framingham State College Marshall Morrell Benfley College Gary Moulton Huntington Joseph Muise Brandeis Jeanne Mula Mass. Bay C.C. Sandra Mula Aquinas Richard Mullin Wentworth Institute Janet Murphy Boston College David Murray Worcester Jr. College Michael Najarian Boston University Maria Naughton Westfield State Scott Newell Boston University William Nurse Boston College Virginia Oat Northeastern University Judith O'Brien Mt. Saint Mary Michael O'dea Graham Jr. College John O'Kane Tufts University Maureen Oliveto Framingham State John Omobomo Bendy College Janice Paige Colby Jr. College Arthur Palumbo Bryant and Stratton Patricia Palumbo University of Mass. Nick Pappargeris New England School of Art Carole Parisi Forsythe Donald Parella Mass. Bay C.C. Susan Parella Regis College Joseph Paseiscia Providence College William Peace Tufts University Linda Pederson Katherine Gibbs Paul Perilli Huntington Prep. Kevin Perry Control Data George Pilla Boston College Dante Pintabone Boston University Chirstopher Policronis Graham Jr. College Denis Presseau Bryant and Stratton Sharon Procyk University of Mass. Steven Qualiozzi Northeastern University David Quigg Northeastern University Joan Quinn Control Data Joseph Quinn Mass. Bay C.C. Karen Ramberg Mass. College of Pharmacy Alan Revesi University of Vermony Priscilla Ray Mass. Bay C.C. Nancy Reid Chandler Marlene Remal Chandler Doris Ricciato Chamberlayne William Richard Boston State Linda Prickman Robert and Richard Ellen Rigoli University of Mass. Judith Ristuccia Boston University Caludia Rizzo College of Mt. St. Vincent Germaine Robichaud Robert and Richard Beverly Rockerfeller Moody Bible Institute John Romeo Northeastern University Janet Rooney Bay State Jr. College Edward Roubian U.S.M.A. Phyllis Rubin Northeastern University Susan Ryan Mass. College of Art Denise Santa University of Mass. Nicholas Saran Bridgewater State David Sauro Huntington Prep James Scannell Boston College Susan Schienfeldt U. Mass. Jon Schools Boston State Cathy Schooner Salem Hosp. Deborah Schreiber Brandeis University Daniel Selines Northeastern University Donald Sheck Peabody Janet Shedd Mass. Bay C.C. Carl Sickman Daytona Beach Jr. Coll. Christine Siragusa Conn. College .shall Smith Franklin Institute Kenneth Sneider Bryant and Stratton Noreen Spracklin Mt. Auburn Hospital Philip Starck Wentworth Institute George Stevens Eastenn Nazarene Peter Streitmeter Chamberlayne Jr. Michael Sweeney U. Mass. Joyce Tanner Tufts Maria Taylor Aquinas Steven Teller Boston College Edgar Thomas Mass. Bay George Thorne Franklin College Joseph Tirone Mass. Bay Rita Tortola Northeastern Donald Tower Newman Prep. Richard Tumminelli Northeastern Diane Twomey Newman Prep. Kathy Tyler Framingham State Richard Tyman U. Mass. Linda Uttaro Lowell State John Valentino Tufts University Joan Vanaria U. Mass. David Vautour Henry 0. Peabody John Vecchione Boston College « Anthony Venuti U. of Mass. Bruge Vincuilla Mass. Bay Jane Vitti Regis College Robert Von Dohlen Ellen Weinstein George Washington U. Jeremy Welts Marguerite Whalen Mass. Bay Jean White U. of Mass. Richard Whitney Bryant & Stratton John Wright Hunington Deborah Young Di Anthony's School of Cus. Ark Jew Yung Control Data Linda Zaccagnini Beth Israel Dental Diane Zammuto Aquinas Sheila Zilinskas U. of Mass. Daniel Zwirbla RPI Penny Falconer U. of Mass. Richard Brehm Framingham State Cynthia Morgan Mansfield Academy 244 x.ADrl VM \A..X AfTrHTTSl TUR THOMAS NFY1 ON ;.rfvisnr. ELLEN WEINSTEIN editor-i. literary literary activitie, watioi lay-out diane hopki. flplKfc ieremy w IIRflRliiffiiffl : leone studie: mr. thorn as w. taylor business staff: mr. thomas f. n< editor: mariiyn mclaughlin editor: sandra mula editor: elien wemstein we would like to thank the following in soliciting advertisements. linda barry kathy burke maureen dion* linda dizer karen duddy* lorraine frost becky lester joemuise marla naughton pat palumbo nancy reid claudia rizzo kevin scannell daniel selines steven siekman Joyce tanner rita tortola linda uttaro acknowledgements for typing. lynne bauer ann blinn stella daigle linda dizer elizabeth Jenkins deborah london faith maloney margaret mitchell linda pederson ann peterson FRIENDS OF '-itvii'^t'-i , *WEux& '"■ ' ■•"■ EH PETER ANGELO, M.D. JOSEPH F. ARICO, JR., M.D. EDWARD T. BIGHAM, JR., ATTY. BRUCE A. BOCHMAN, D.O. WARREN R. BOLTON, ATTY. ARNOLD S. BRILL, M.D. DOUGLAS E. BUTMAN, M.D. JOSEPH CARAVAGLIO, M.D. LYNN D. 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ZOLLA INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MACHINISTS, LOCAL 1836 •■ ; .' ; '-i-i'-^-"".; l 'V-.;^ mm 3 llfcS '■"'• "' ■•-•••' KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, WALTHAM COUNCIL, 147 ■ " < i Hnft HHSHf Before you aeeept that first job . . . Look over your employer as carefully as he does you What's the Company like anyway? Would I be proud to work there? Reputation for square dealing with employees? Pleasant surroundings? Will I be working with others my own age? Are they friendly? Do they socialize after hours? Will the boss be reasonable? Appreciate good; hard work, but won't explode if I make a mistake? Will I make a decent week's pay? Have a chance for raises, advancement, more responsibility? How about fringe benefits? Is the work challenging? I had what it takes to get through high school. Will they give me a chance to use my brains? Note: Many young men and women in this area can answer "Yes" to these questions. They work for New England Telephone. Why not talk with our employment interviewer soon '. . . before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor to tell you when and where to apply. (il\ New England Telephone Part of the Nationwide Bell System An equal opportunity employer ^ 248 HOMEROOM S 110-MR. WALKER ROBERT DE VINCENT EDWARD DOE KATHLEEN DEVLIN BRIAN DOHENY DONNA Dl GREGORIO DILLAWAY SUSAN Dl LORENZO MAUREEN DION VICTOR DION LENORE Dl PACE LINDA DIZER KATHLEEN DOHERTY LINDA DOHERTY STEPHEN DONAHUE SHARON DONNELY JEANETTE DOUCET RICHARD DOUCETTE PAUL GRIFFITH 249 ROOM S 113-MRS. BIDDLE GAIL GANNON MARIE GIROUARD ROBERT GLEDHILL TERRANCE COGUEN ROBERT GOLDBERG LAURA GOLDSMITH MARILYN GORDON MARIE GREEN WILLIAM GREENWOOD JEANNE GREGORICUS LYNNE GREGORICUS PAULA GROTH SHERYL GULLOTTI DAVID GUZZI ANETTE HACHE DIANE HACHEY CHRISTOPHER HAGGER CYNTHIA HALLORAN JAMES HALSTEAD RUSSELL HAMMOND IRENE HARPER PATRICIA HART ANN HARVEY SUSAN HARVEY JACK HASKELL STEPHEN HAWKINS KAREN HAYES SUSAN HEINTZ BRIAN HENNESSEY JOAN HESSION MICHAEL HINES 250 Compliments of r*j 286 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. "Your Teen Store in Waltham" TOM LYONS DISTRIBUTOR Firestone Tires — Connare Retreads 210 Lexington St. TW 4-4900 BUDGET TERMS THOMAS P. HOLLAND CLOTHING Formal Wear 647 Main St. TW 3-0912 TEL. TW 3-0654 BENNET R. O'NEIL Guild Optician 742 Main Street Waltham, Mass OPPOSITE PUBLIC LIBRARY ROOM S 01 ROOM S 106 Wal-Lex Shopping Center 860 Lexington St. Children's and Women's Clothing OPEN DAILY 9-9 TW 3-3414 IDEAL CONCRETE BLOCK CO. 232 Lexington St. WALTHAM 54, MASS. 251 Give Your Family A Treat AT "^Aister DONUT® THE COFFEE AND DONUTS THAT MADE Mister DONUT® FAMOUS FOR YOUR NEXT PARTY OR SOCIAL FUNCTION CALL 893-9688 . . . doughnuts hand cut for flavor and freshness . . . mtiazMMMS, WAL-LEX SHOPPING CENTER 876 LEXINGTON STREET WALTHAM 252 HOMEROOM S 114-MRS. MORRIS JEAN HILL RAYMOND HILLSON ROBERT HINES DIANE HOPKINS BRIAN HORNSTEIN ANN HORRIGAN KATHLEEN HORRIGAN DONNA HURLEY STANLEY JAKSINA DIANE JENKINS ELIZABETH JENKINS JANICE JIGARJIAN SUSAN JIGARJIAN CARLA JOHNSON CHRISTINE JOHNSON LINDA JOHNSON DOUGLAS JONES PETER JONES ROBERT JONES HENRY JOYAL STEVEN JOYAL CYNTHIA JURJURIAN WILLIAM KADZIS JEAN KAVEY PAMELA KAY PAUL KEANE ROBERT KEEFE WILLIAM KEEFE 253 JET- VAC CORP. 73 Pond Street Waltham, Mass. TW 3-6800 Best Wishes to the Class of '69 From the WALTHAM SUPER MARKET 836 Main Street LEVIN'S for the Finest in Fabrics 22 Lexington Street Waltham 54, Mass. TWinbrook 3-7143 THOMAS A. JOYCE & CO. 135 Moody Street Twin brook 4-2815 Waltham, Massachusetts 02154 Congratulations from ROOM WIN TWinbrook 25 Years Experience 4-5372 GORDON BILLIARD SUPPLY CO. Sales and Service EXPERT REPAIRING ON ALL BILLIARD TABLES AUTHORIZED BRUNSWICK DEALER 8 Hammond Street GORDON MYERS Waltham, Mass. ROOM S 203 Congratulations from ROOM S 204 254 HOMEROOM S 118-MISS SNOW john lazaro marjorie malloy faith maloney james mancuso richard mancuso harold manley vincent marcantonio cheryl martin eleanor martin elizabeth martin charles McCarthy john McCarthy MARYANN McCARTHY lucienne Mcdonald BARBARA McGANN EILEEN McGINTY ESTELLE McGONIBLE BARBARA McGOVERN CAROL McGOVERN MICHAEL McGOVERN STEPHEN McGOVERN BEVERLY McGRATH JOHN MclNNIS RONALD McKENNA marilyn Mclaughlin ALBERT Mc MAHON DANIEL SELINES 255 Compliments of CHARLESBANK GARDEN APARTMENTS 56 Charles River Rd. Waltham, Mass. LOUIS J. ANTICO ANTHONY J. ANTICO 256 TWinbrook 3-1345 BJgelow 4-2489 Justice of the Peace Notary Public john p. McQueen insurance agency, inc. Insurance of Every Description and Bonds 828 Moody St. Waltham 54, Mass. Compliments of MIDDLESEX FAMILY CO-OPERATIVE BANK 20 Lexington St. Compliments of WAL-LEX CAR WASH 878 Lexington St. Waltham Telephone LAsell 7-0459 Une Vux Shop • complete line OF *Menb Joimal tVeax FDR RENTAL 23D California Street Newton, Massachusetts FLOYD HAMILTON RES. PHONE TWINBROOK 4-SI22 THOMAS McCULLOUGH RES. PHONE 257 HOMEROOM S 213-MISS RASKIN PETER GENTILE BARBARA McMANUS GILLIA McNAMARA PAUL McPHERSON DENNIS McSHANE JULIE MELANSON JOSEPH MERRULLO DAWN MITCHELL DONALD MICKALSEN LOUIS MILINAZZO JUDITH MILIOTO DOUGLAS MILLER MARGARET MITCHELL PATRICIA MOGAN DAVID MONTAGNA MARY MONTGOMERY CYNTHIA MOORE MARILYN MORAN CYNTHIA MORGAN MARSHA MORRELL PATRICIA MORRISON GARY MOULTON FRANCIS MUISE JOSEPH MUISE JEANNE MULA SANDRA MULA RICHARD MULLEN KENNETH STAHL 258 \o<* **> Compliments of MAIN STREET AUTO SALES & SERVICE, INC, Peter 1036 Main Street Waltham, Massachusetts fcO* v 893-9724 893-2260 259 Compliments of Arthur and Raymond De Vincent GARDENCREST APARTMENTS Summer Street WALTHAM, MASS. Compliments of QUEEN CLEANERS 266 Moody St.— Waltham FRANK STEVENS HEALTH AIDS, BEAUTY SUPPLIES COSMETICS WIGS 318 Moody St. Waltham METROPOLITAN PHARMACY 1090 Lexington Street Waltham, Massachusetts LEONARD DUBIN. B.S. Reg. Pharm. TW 4-2146 BUDDY'S ATLANTIC SERVICE Corner of Lyman & Main Sts. ROY JOHNSTON 929 Main St. TW 3-4975 NIAGARA MACHINE & TOOL WORKS 260 HOMEROOM S 214-MRS. KELLERMAN DEBORAH MURPHY MARYLOU MURPHY DAVID MURRAY RICHARD MURRAY MICHAEL NAJARIAN MARLA NAUGHTON PAULA NEARY RICHARD NESSOLINI SCOTT NEWELL STEPHEN NIX WILLIAM NOLTE EDWARD NOONAN CYNTHIA NORTON WILLIAM NURSE PETER NUTILE VIRGINIA OATT JUDITH O'BRIEN KATHLEEN O'BRIEN MICHAEL O'DEA JOHN O'KANE MAUREEN OLIVETO CATHERINE O'LOUGHLIN JOHN OMOBONO JAMES O'NEIL FRED OWENS DONALD PARRELLA ROSE VOCI 261 FRANCIS J. JOYCE & SON Established 1910 FUNERAL HOME 552 Main Street Waltham 54, Massachusetts 262 HOMEROOM S 216-MRS. CARNEY PATRICIA McCORMACK JOSEPH McGANN KEVIN NEE ROBERT NOTARTOMASO LINDA POTAS PATRICIA POWDERLY DENIS PRESSEAU SHARON PROCYK STEVEN QUAGLIOZZI DAVID QUIGG JOAN QUINN JOSEPHQUIN QUINN ROSEMARY RACINE ELIZABETH RAIMONDI KAREN RAMBERG ALAN RAVESI PRISCILLA RAY NANCY REID MARIEN REMAL DAVID RHODES DORIS RICCIATO MARIE RICHARD WILLIAM RICHARD LINDA RICKMAN CHRISTINE RIGOLI ELLEN RIGOLI GERALD RIGOLI JUDITH RISTUCCIA CLAUDIA RIZZO •*• 263 HOMEROOM S 217-MISS CAIRNES DAVID KINGSBURY KATHLEEN MANNING ANN PETERSON DONNA RIZZO GERMAINE ROBICHAUD SANDRA ROCHLEAU BEVERLY ROCKEFELLER ELAINE ROGERS EDWARD ROLDAN LOUISE ROLDAN JOHN ROMEO JANET ROONEY EDWARD ROUBIAN PAMELA ROY PHYLLIS RUBIN VIRGINIA RUSSELL ELVIRA RUSSO JEFFREY RUSSO JOHN RUSSO SUSAN RYAN PATRICIA RYBERG DENISE SANTA JOHN SANTA MARIA THOMAS SANTOLUCITO NICHOLAS SARAN 264 JAMES E. REGAN, Realtor Real Estate and Insurance Compliments /^^ PHONE 893-1181 of figS) 100 Hammond Streot x^as^ Waltham 34, Massachusetts • WALTHAM !T I 1 Bk ■ I l# VI T 1 ENGRAVERS, INC NATIONAL CLOTHES 373 Moody St. Waltham, Mass. TW 3-5143 Complete Line of Clothing and Furnishings 230 Calvary St. TW 4-4149 Compliments of PAUL E. P. BURNS CO., INC 316' Summer St. BOSTON 10, MASS. Caps - Gowns - Hoods L. 265 HOMEROOM S 218-MRS. MOORE BRUCE BURNS DAVID SAURO KEVIN SCANNEL SUSAN SCHEINFELDT SUSAN SCHIFFBAUER JOHN SCHOOLS CATHY SCHOONER DEBORAH SCHREIBER DEBORAH SENARIAN ELIZABETH SHARPE PAULA SHEA DONALD SHECK JANET SHEDD ELLEN SHEEHEY JOHN SHINNICK CARL SICKMAN CHRISTINE SIRAGUSA STEPHEN SMALL MARSHA SMITH KENNETH SNEIDER MICHAEL SOAVE HELEN SOUSA NOREEN SPRACKLIN DAVID SPURR PHILIP STARCK 266 ROOM S 013-MISS MURPHY AUDIE BOUDREAU STEPHEN BREAULT NANCY BROWN JOHN IBURLEY RINA BOUDREAU MARJORIE BRECK VIRGINIA BROWN MAUREEN BURLEY MAIZIE BOWLBY RICHARD BREHM BARBARA BROWNE EDWARD BURNS ! LOIS BOWSE JANICE BRODERICK EILEEN BUCKLEY SALLY BURTON BARBARA BOYD JEAN BROOKS KATHLEEN BURKE JUDITH BYRON i JEANETTE BOYD MARY BROPHY MARY ELLEN BURKE CLAUDE CORMIER KATHLEEN BOYD MARJORIE BROWN WILLIAM BURKE Compliments of the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Compliments of PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY 831 Main St. Waltham, Massachusetts TWinbrook 9-2300 Best Wishes From GEODYNE CORP. 151 Bear Hill Road Waltham, Mass. TW 4-2229 Congratulations Graduating Class 1969 WAL-LEX CLEANERS, INC. Wal-Lex Shopping Center 874 Lexington St., Waltham 894-4230 Open Daily— 7 A.M.-9 P.M. Best Wishes THE FORUM CLUB 267 Monday, Tuesday From 11:30 to 12 Midnight Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Saturday 11:30 to I A.M. Sunday 12 Noon to Midnight mm fomn RESTAURANT *>az®b3*-'' Chinese and American Food ORDERS PUT UP TO TAKE OUT Cocktails — Liquors Tel. 899-2183 899-8189 HENRY YEE, Mgr. 1074 Lexington Street Corner Trapelo Road Waltham 54, Mass. ■ ~7&<Z*£t&>4' Tj^&Jcv UUI Telephone TWinbrook 4-6161 FLORIST 225-229 High Street Waltham 54, Mass. Compliments of BANNER GLASS CORP. 805 Mam St. Waltham, Mass. Best Wishes WAL-LEX BARBER SHOP BEST WISHES FROM ROOM S 017 RICHARD CINCOTTA RONALD CINCOTTA DONNA COCCO ANNE COCIUERA HAROLD COFFIN RONALD COISH STEPHEN COLANSELO PHILIP COLLINS MARSHA COLTEN ANGELA COMPOSTO ROSELLA CONNEARNEY GARY CONNOLLY LORETTA CORACCIO GARY CORMIER GERALD CORMIER LINDA CORMIER RICHARD CORMIER PAUL COTRONE ROBERT COTTON JOHN COX LAWRENCE CRANE PATRICIA CROWE TIMOTHY CUERDON MARCELLA CUSANO Compliments of MASS. HARDWARE 170 High St. Waltham 893-6711 Monday, Tuesday From 11:30 to 12 Midnight Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Saturday 11:30 to I A.M. Sunday 12 Noon to Mdnight 268 HOMEROOM S 312-MR. CORCORAN GAIL FITZPATRICK BETTY LEE ANNICE THIBODEAU ANTHONY VENUTI BRUCE VINCUILLA CAROL VINCUILLA ROBERT VONDOHLEN JOHN WALKER JEREMY WELTS BARBARA WENTWORTH ELLEN WEINSTEIN JUDY WHALEN JOYCE WHEATON THOMAS WHELAN JEAN WHITE LORNA WHITFORD RICHARD WHITNEY ELIZABETH WILLEMS ANN WILSON JOHN WRIGHT CAROL WYSKIEL WILLIAM YORSTON DEBORAH YOUNG ARK YUNG LINDA ZACCAGNINI DEBRA ZACHER DIANE ZAMMUTO SHEILA ZILINSKAS DANIEL ZWIRBLA 269 I Congratulations From ROOM S 209 FRANCES CONNORS SHIRLEY MAROTTA BARBARA McARDLE CHRISTOPHER PAPPARGSERIS MARGARET MANERO NANCY MARRANO RICHARD OLIVA PETER PAPPAS SANDRA MANSFIELD JOYCE MARTORILLI VINCENT OLIYO PAUL PARISI JEAN MANTENUTO ROSEMARIE MARZANO GREGORY PANJIAN Compliments of ALLIA BROTHERS FRUIT AND PRODUCE 66 Boynton St. Waltham, Mass. 893-4382 Compliments of SAL'S PIZZA SUBS FRIED SEAFOOD Corner of Newton and Main 893-8993 Compliments of ADAMS-RUSSELL CO., INC. 280 Bear Hill Rd. Waltham, Mass. 899-2540 Best Wishes to the Class of 1969 From THIS WEEK AT WALTHAM HIGH Editors Faculty Advisor Beverly A. Beaudoin Mrs. Lillian Shirley Susan C. Alper 270 HOMEROOM S-05-MRS. GRILLO JANICE BERTOLAMI LINA CALDERON MARIA CAPPADONA PAMELA CARDARELLI MARIAN CARPENTINO DIANE CARR ELIZABETH CARROLL NANCY CARTY CHERYL CASELLA SHEILA CASTELLO LUCY CENTOLA JUNE CERICOLA GAYLE CERQUA WENDY CHAMBERLAIN PAMELA CHAPMAN SANDY CHIACCHIO BARBARA CHRISTIE MARGARET CHRISTOPHER THEODORE CONSOLI WAYNE COOK PAUL COONEY PETER CORCORAN DENISE CORMIER NEAL CORMIER DAVID COSGROVE CLAREN COVENEY JEFFREY CRANE STEVEN CREAMER JOHN CURTIS ROBERT DAGOSTINO JOHN DANFORTH KEVIN DARCY DANIEL DELANEY DENNIS DELANEY MICHAEL DENNEHY SHARON POWERS 271 ROOM W-02-MRS. McKNIGHT LESLIE ABBOTT RAYMOND ADAMS GREGORY ALCORN HARRY ALCORN NANCY ALESSE VINCENT ALLIA TONETTA ALONGI SHARON AMIRALIAN ROBERT ANDERSON BRIAN ANGELO DOLORES ARAUJO DEBORAH ARENA SUSAN ARENA KAREN ARNO CARL ARSENAULT DIANE ARSENAULT ANDREW AUCOIN BERNARD AUCOIN DIANE AUCOIN JOANNE NOCELLA THOMAS NOLTE HOMEROOM S 307-MISS ROBBINS SAMUEL MEGA KATHLEEN O'REILLY REGINA PACITTI CHRISTINE PAIGE SUSAN PALMER MARY PATTERSON DIANE PERKINS VIRGINIA PEROS KAREN PERPERAS NANCY PICON E PAULA PILON DONNA PINZONE JAMES SCANLON JUDITH POTAS MARILYN PRATT DEBORAH PRATT KAREN QUAGLIOZZI CHAREEN RANKIN KAREN RANNO JOHN SCHRIMPF MARK RYBERG PAUL RYBERG SAMUEL GLENN RICHARD SANASARIAN JOSEPH SANTANGELO KEITH SAWIN Compliments of ELECTRO CONTRACTING & SERVICE CORP. 129 Russell Street Waltham, Massachusetts TW 3-7792 272 HOMEROOM S-010-MR. BOWMAN CHARLES BARBER JOEL BARDSLEY CATHERINE BARHYTE WILLIAM BARKER NANCY BARNARD CHERYL BARRY LINDA BARRY LYNNE BAUER BEVERLY BEAUDOIN SUSAN BEAVER CARL BECK PETER BELLA ALEXIS BELLIVEAU DIANE BELLIVEAU JOAN BENNETT MICHAEL BENNETT MARTA BENSON PAUL BERGERON DIANNE BERTRAND BERNADENE BIBBO WAYNE BILODEAU ANN BLINN HELEN BOISVERT ROBERT BONICA DENNIS CONDON ROBERT DUNKERLEY MARK FREEMAN Compliments of FARM BUREAU ASSOCIATION 158 Lexington Street Waltham, Mass. TW 3-3570 Best Wishes to the Class of '69 ROOM S-02 Compliments of WALTHAM WALLPAPER & PAINT CORPORATION 591 Main St. ^m 273 Compliments of SEARS ROEBUCK CO. 240 Moody St. Waltham HOMEROOM W-108 Compliments of SHAW'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 945 Main St. Compliments of MIKE O'NEIL PHOTOGRAPHER Complete Photographic Service 698 MAIN ST. WALTHAM, MASS. TEL 893-8607 HOMEROOM S-015-MRS. MacCLARY PETER BYTHEWOOD DOROTHY CAHILL CAROLYN CALLAHAN SHEILA CALLAHAN MARIE CANNISTRARO NANCY CANNIZZO NANCY CAPPADONA SUSAN CAPPADONA ANTHONY CARDILLO RICHARD CARLSON JOHN CARROLL DONNA CARUSO PETER CASELLA MAUREEN CASEY MICHAEL CASSERLY MAUREEN CASSIDY JOHN CASTELLANO JANET CELLUCCI DIANE CERICOLA CAROL CHAMBERLAIN WILLIAM CHAPRALES GERARD CHIASSON WILLIAM COLLIS RICHARD CONNORS 274 Best Wishes to the Class of 1969 GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY 600 Main St. Walfham, Mass. ROOM W-09 DOUGLAS CLASBY JACQUELINE COBUZZI CYNTHIA COLLETT DONNA CONNERS JERRI CONNOR RODNEY COOK GUIDO COPPOLA RICHARD CORACCIO STEPHEN CORBETT LINDA CORCORAN DENISE CORNIER PAUL CORMIER NIAL COTTER KAREN COUGHLIN JACQUELINE COUSINEAU DENISE COUTU JUDY CRIPPS NANCY CRIPPS JANICE CROCKFORD LAURIE PALMER RICHARD PAOLINO FREDA PAPPAS JOHN PASSERELLO EDWARD PATAPANIAN .-. COLONIAL YARN STORE 1021 School Street Waltham, Mass. "The Friendly Mill Store Around the Corner At Lexington Street" • FINEST QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES • WOOL— ORLON— MOHAIR— COTTON— NYLON Phone 893-7722 WEST END HARDWARE CO. 901 Main St. TW 3-0296 ma K^ Compliments of EMBASSY THEATER 275 MacNEILL ENGINEERING COMPANY INC. CHAMP GOLF PRODUCTS TWinbrook 3-5100 225 RIVERVIEW AVENUE WALTHAM 54, MASS. ROOM W-104 WILLIAM EHWA KATHLEEN ENGLISH DAVID FEELEY OLGA FERRARA One-Stop Showcase of Value MARTHA ERIKSON JOANNE FERRARA CHEVROLETS CORVAIRS CAROL FABRIZIO JEAN FERRO CHEVY II CORVETTE JOHN FAHEY WILLIAM FERRY CHEVELLE CAMARO SUSAN FALZONE DAVID FERSON REYNOLD FAMOSI STEPHEN FINAMORE On Display at LISA FERANDA MARILYN FINE BILL MITCHELL'S LESLIE GALLAGHER CAROL FLANAGAN WEST END THOMAS FARRELL SHAUNA GALLAGHER CHEVROLET KATHLEEN FAUCHER MARIE PELLETIER 110 South St., Waltham— TW 4-9000 ROBERT FAULKNER PATRICIA PENDERGAST 276 HOMEROOM S-109-MRS. ZEROUNIAN JANET ARANCIO FRANCES DASOSTINO STELLA DAIGLE RICHARD DALE KAREN DALFINO PAUL DANIELSON DEBRA DARLING MARGARET DAUGHMAN DONNA DAVIDSON JAMES DAVIS scon DAVIS LYNNE D EAGLE THOMAS DEFIUPPO DAVID DELAIRE DENISE DELANEY ALEXANDER DELLAPACE ROBERT DELOREY JOHN DELOSA MARY ANN DELOSA ROBERT DELOURY DENISE DENEAULT CAROLYN DENNISON WILLIAM DEPROFIO RONALD DESPRES DENIS DESROSIERS NICKERSON & HILLS, INC 917 MAIN ST. WAITHAM, MASS. 894-0938 ANDERSON-LITTLE CO., INC. Manufacturers of Fine Clothing Men — Women — Boys 100 River St. Waltham LUNDEY ASSOCIATES, INC 694 Main Street Waltham 54, Mass. 1 277 From learning laboratories to lunar missions . . . Raytheon makes things h A high school student dials a les- son and learns at his own pace . . . A housewife prepares a meal in minutes in her microwave oven . . . A submarine listens for intruders in the deep ... A seismograph crew explores for oil beneath an African desert. A radar scans the skies and a supersonic missile stands ready if needed ... A new petrochemical plant takes form against a Louisi- ana sky ... A phone conversation is carried by microwaves across the Andes to a remote area of Ecuador ...A tiny computer guides an Apollo spacecraft from orbit to on- target splashdown. These are but a few of the re- sults of Raytheon technology at work around the world. Today, Raytheon is an interna- tional science-based company employing over 50,000 people. Common threads of technology run through and weave together the company's diverse and growing, businesses in both government and commercial markets. At Raytheon, our future is both exciting and challenging. We hope that your future holds a full mea- sure of excitement and challenge too. Perhaps you will find it with us. Raytheon salutes the Class of 1 969. Come in and see us. We are an equal opportunity employer. Microwave and Power Tube Division. 190 Willow Street, Waltham • Research Division, 28 Seyon Street, Waltham • Equipment Division, 20 Seyon Street, Waltham. 278 BEST WISHES-ROOM W-109 MARY KELLEY ROBERT KINS ALBERT LANCTO EDNA Le BLANC CHRISTINE KELLY LINDA KOKIDKO ROBERT LA ROSA GLORIA Le BLANC LINDA KENNISTON JANICE LA CAVA ROBERT LASSMAN JOANNE Le BLANC BRIAN KEOUGH JEROME LA FARGUE NANCY LAZARO KAREN Le BLANC MARY KERR SANDRA LAHEY CAROLYN LEAVITT LINDA Le BLANC DEBORAH KILCULLEN HARRIET LALLY DENISE LeBLANC DAVID MARCUS LINDA KILGORE STEVEN LAMBERT DIANE. LeBLANC GILBERT MARIANI JOSEPH PITTORINO Compliments of WALTHAM TRUCK EQUIPMENT CORPORATION 131 Linden St. TWinbrook 4-9877 Waltham, Mass. A.B.C. BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. 42 Emerson Rd. TW 3-6701 ADCOLE CORPORATION 330 Bear Hill Road Waltham, Massachusetts IDEAL CLEANERS & DYERS OF WALTHAM 581 Moody St. TW 4-1256 . 279 THE NEWS-TRIBUNE ROOM S-03 SUSAN BENNETT DEBRA BERAN DONNA BERGERON KATHY BERGSTROM SHARON BESSO CHERYL BISHOP CYNTHIA BLACK PAUL BLANCHARD THOMAS BLANCHARD JANET BLOCK DAMIEN BLUMENRICH PAUL BOGOSIAN PATRICIA BOISVERT JAMES BONICA VALERIE BONICA GEORGE BORRELL PATRICIA BOULROT JOANNE BOUROUE RACHAEL BOWLEY JOSEPH BRESCIA JOHNNIE BRIGGS MARJORIE BRINTON DIANE BRODY WILLIAM BUTCHER FRANCIS BUTMAN DANIEL CALLAHAN STEPHEN CAMPBELL PAUL CANE STEPHEN CAPPADONA RICHARD CARLSON Compliments of WALTHAM FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 280 WALTHAM PRECISION INSTRUMENTS, INC. 221 Crescent St. Waltham, Mass. "PRECISION HAS BEEN OUR BUSINESS SINCE 1850" HOMEROOM S-112-MR. CAPUCCI WILLIAM FIORE JOSEPH FITZPATRICK MARSHA FLANAGAN ALBERT FLANDERS MARY FLYNN CHARLES FOLEY JOHN FOLEY RUTH FRARY LORRAINE FROST DIANNE FULLER DANIEL FURBUSH GERARD GAGNON ROMA GAL FREDERICK GARDINER SUSAN GARDNER JOHN GARVIN PATRICIA GATTA RONALD GAUDET SHARON GAUDET GISELLE GAUVIN MULLANEY'S PHARMACY JOHN J. MULLANEY JR., Reg. Ph. 463 Main Street Waltham, Mass. TWinbroolt 3-3797 HARVEY INDUSTRIES, INC. Manufacturers and Distributors of Aluminum Building Products ROOM W 207 Congratulations From ROOM W 211 281 Compliments of THE POTTER PRESS Business Forms Manufacturer 515 SOUTH ST., WALTHAM, MASS. ROOM S-108 RUTH CORRIGAN DEBORAH COSGROVE NANCY COTTERLY CLAIRE COTTONE DIANNE COX JOYCE CRANE JUDITH CROSBY CAROL GUERDON MARLENE CURTIN DONNA DAGOSTINO MARY DALEY PATRICIA DALY DONNA DAVID JOAN DEFINO ROBERT GEARY JOYCE DELANEY DOUGLAS DUFRESNE TERENCE EAGAN WILLIAM EDMUNDS EDWARD ELLIOTT PHILIP ENGLISH PAUL ERICKSON EDWARD GIARDINA EDWARD FALONE ALPHONSE FANARA ROBERT FIELD JAMES FITZPATRICK CHARLES FLANDERS DANA FORGIONE MARK GAUDET Compliments of ROBERT KENNEDY Prescription Optician 3-7356 Waltham Stic 4 messing siuoio TILEPHONE TW 3-9464 40 WARREN ST. WALTHAM Specializing in the Finest of Prepared Sea Food Specialties RITCEY'S SEA FOODS 560 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. TWinbroolc 3-9342 ERNEST RITCEY HARRY RITCEY KEVIN RITCEY HAMILTON'S JENNEY STATION 786 Lexington St. Waltham 893-9628 Best Wishes to the Class of 1969 IRWIN'S FURNITURE Visit Our New Location 274 Moody St. Waltham, Massachusetts TWinbroolc 3-8575 "We Give S&H Green Stamps' 282 BEST WISHES-ROOM S-201 KAREN DELLACAMERA DIANE DOMURAT PAUL GISBOURNE JON HAYES SHARON DeLONS JOYCE DONAHUE MARK GLEN EDMOND HEBERT DIANE DE MARCO DENISE DUBIE MERRIL GRIFF GARY HERSEY PATRICIA DEMEO ELINOR DUBOIS WAYNE GULLOTTI DANIEL HINES CHRISTINE DEVOE JUDITH DUNN RICHARD HANDRAHAN ERNEST HOOD MARIA Dl CARLO SUSAN DEPRES PAUL HAPENNY LEO HOWE KAREN DION BERNICE DUPUIS JACK HARDING JOHN IZZI KATHLEEN DOHERTY MARIETTA DUPUIS KENT HARGREAVES ALLEN JACOBS Good Luck to the Graduates of '69 From DODGE TOWN OF WALTHAM 15-21 Main St.— Waltham Telephone 893-1856 DODGE CARS— DODGE TRUCKS USED CARS Best Wishes to the Class of 1969 TONY'S VILLA Waltham, Mass. BYRON'S MEN'S STORE Complete Formal Rental Service 348-386 Moody St. 893-7053 Compliments of RODERICK J. O'NEIL Optometrist TWinbroolc 4-2444 657 Main St. Waltham, Mass. 283 Congratulations From ROOM W-206 C. R. SWANEY CO., INC. 196 Bear Hill Road Waltham, Mass. 02154 Congratulations to the Class of 1969 Good Luck From ROOM S-205 'Over Forty Years of Friendly Service' BRENTON E. TYLER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Insurance Real Estate 893-4808 HOMEROOM S 115-MRS. MURPHY STEPHEN KAVANAUGH LINDA KELLEY MARTHA KELLEY STEVEN KENNEN LEO KILEY KATHLEEN KING KATHLEEN KIRRANE KAREN KRAHN DAVID KROMER STEPHEN KROMER THERESA LaCROSSE ROXANN La LI ME JANET MURPHY MAUREEN LALLY GARY LAMONT THOMAS LANDRY PAMELA LANG ILONA LANGE MARY La ROSA JOHN SCAFIDI SUSAN LA ROSEE LEO LAWLESS ALLAN LE BLANC BRUCE LE BLANC KATHERINE LE BLANC RITA LE BLANC 284 HOMEROOM S 117-MRS. MARR STEPHEN CINCOTTA PAULINE LE BLANC CHARLES LEE GARY LEFORT PAUL LEGERE RICHARD LEMAY MICHAEL LEONARD ANITA LERIOU JANET LESHANE LINDA LESLIE REBECCA LESTER GARY LEWIS KENNETH MADDEN STEPHEN LILLIS PHYLLIS LOMBARDO WAYNE LORD RAYMOND LORETTE ANDREA LOUGHRY KATHY LOVEJOY SANDRA MAHONEY DAPHNE LOWELL DONALD MABIE ROBERT MAC CLARY KEVIN MacKENZIE ANNE MAC LENNAN NORMAN MAC LENNAN ROBERT E. NIMS Caterer "Good Food Served Right" HILLCREST HALL BANQUETS WEDDINGS RECEPTIONS 20 Fox Road Waftham, Mass. TW 4-2282 TW 4-2646 Best Wishes From ROOM W-203 Compliments of PRICE BATTERY CO. Division of General Battery and Ceramic Corp. Waltham, Mass. 285 Compliments of WALTHAM SCREW COMPANY 77 Rumford Ave., Waltham CUSTOM SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS Established 1893 MAY'S BAKERY World's Most Progressive Bakery 571 Moody St. Waltham, Mass. OF BOSTON-WALTHAM Totten Pond Road at Rte. 128 (Winter Street Exit 48 and 48E) Waltham, Massachusetts Telephone: 617-899-3000 Restaurant Lounge Swimming Pool HOMEROOM S 215-MRS. BYAM JOAN CORMIER GERARD DUFROMONT FRED HOWLEY ROGER Mc ELROY JANICE PAGE ELAINE PAGLIAZZO DONNA PALMER PATRICIA PALMER ARTHUR PALUMBO PATRICIA PALUMBO NICK PAPPARGERIS CAROLE PARISI LINDA PARK SUSAN PARELLA JOYCE PARVENIK JOSEPH PASCISCIA JANICE PASSERELLO WILLIAM PEACE LINDA PEDERSEN JOHN PELKEY PAUL PERILLI KEVIN PERRY CLAIRE PETERSON GEORGE PILLA DANTE PINTABONE GEORGE Pins CHRIS POLICRONIS SANDRA PORRETTA 286 Best Wishes to the Class of 1969 From FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA CLUB W. J. DONLAN CONTRACTING CO., INC. 93 POND ST. TWinbrook 4-0769 WALTHAM, MASS. Best Wishes WALKER REALTY TRUST Best Wishes STRATVERN HOMES MOODY STATIONERY CO. 368 Moody St., Waltham OFFICE INTERIORS Compliments of KWIK CLEANERS 287 MAY 29, 1969 TO ALL SKI CLUB MEMBERS: Today we realized that the year was rapidly drawing to a close. We sat there thinking and thinking about what we could leave to the Club. Finally we arose. We looked out the windows to see if it was nice or nasty. Fortunately, it was most marvelously nice. We put on our hats, left our abodes, and went to the Prospect Hill Ski Area. We asked the Ski Patrol for a snow bunny, but they said they were all out of snow bunnies, so we went to a bus manufacturer and asked for a super new bus, but he had only one rather third-rate truck left. So, in utter desperation, we went to a rather strange store and asked the saleslady for some absolutely fan- tastical gift for you. And she went away and then she returned, and guess what she had with her! Well, she had this enormous basket of limburger cheese sandwiches; and so we sat down then and there and promptly proceeded to eat them all up, when along came this huge avalanche, sort of, and we were swept out into the Vast Beyond and, quite frankly, we were nearly killed, not to mention getting frightfully wet and losing our hats. And then we lost consciousness, and when we came to, we were clutching a ragged stuffed St. Bernard and 900 wrinkled "THINK SNOW" stickers, and these being our only worldly possessions, we hereby be- queath them to you. Jack De Pass Don Sheck Karen Duddy Dave Murray 288 MacNABB ENGINEERING CO., INC. 131 Lexington StreeT Waltham, Massachusetts Telephone TWinbrook 3-8400 PRECISION SHEET METAL FABRICATORS FOR THE ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY HOMEROOM S 311-MISS QUINN W J JUDITH STEPANIAN ROBERT STONEY MAUREEN SULLIVAN MICHAEL SWEENEY MARY SWENSON JOYCE TANNER MARIA TAYLOR STEVEN TELLER MARK THERIAULT EDGAR THOMAS THOMAS THOMOPOULOS GEORGE THORNE EDWARD TIRONE JOSEPH TIRONE DONNA TOBIN RITA TORTOLA DONALD TOWER JUDITH TROMBLEY RICHARD TUMINELLI KATHY TYLER RICHARD TYMAN JEANNE UMBRELLO LINDA UTTARO JOHN VALENTINO JOAN VANARIA DAVID VAUTOUR JOHN VECCHIONE PATRICIA VEILLEUX MARGUERITE WHALEN Compliments of ACTRONICS, INC. 166 Bear Hill Road Waltham, Mass. TW 4-7030 COLONIAL KITCHEN 19 Crescent St. Waltham TW 4-4010 ROOM S-306 DEXTER DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS JOHN P. DEXTER, Reg. Pharm. Cor. Main and Rich Sts., TW 4-0196, Waltham, Mass. 289 HOMEROOM W 03-MISS GLADYSZ RICHARD ABELLI CONSTANCE AUCOIN DAVID AUCOIN MARIE AUCOIN SAIL AVERY DAVID BACHELDER MARY BAKER SANDRA BAM FORTH CHERYL BARDSLEY JOAN BARONIAN ANNE BROWN MARY BARRETT MARGARET BARRILE KATHLEEN BARRY WILLIAM BARRY MARIE BAXTER RITA BROWN ROBERT BEAU PRE NORMA BELLIVEAU ARTHUR BENNETT BRUCE BERBERIAN ALFRED BERGIN Compliments of RINEHART FUNCTIONAL HANDWRITING SYSTEM 764 Main Street Waltham 893-6078 Compliments of J. F. & F. I. ROBINSON, INC. All Forms of Insurance 290 "Best Wishes to the Class of 1969" TWINBROOK STATIONERS 9 Moody St., Waltham Largest Selection of Hallmark Cards and Party Goods in Area Come In — Browse Around — Or Just Say "Hello". LILL EVERETT, Proprietress FENTON G. KEYES ASSOCIATES Consulting Architect — Engineers 267 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. F. W. DERBEYSHIRE, INC 265 Bear Hill Road Waltham, Mass. 894-2900 Manufacturers of: Instrument Lathes — Micromills Micro Drill Press Compliments of THE WAL-LEX LAUNDRAMAT 291 I GERARD V. BEAUDOIN PLUMBING HEATING GAS FITTING JOBBING AND REMODELING A SPECIALTY 14 HAMMOND ST. WALTHAM, MASS. 02154 TELEPHONE 893-0283 MASTER PLUMBER'S LICENSE #6344 MASTER GAS FITTER'S LICENSE #M-2040 POWER OIL BURNER LICENSE #9317 292 MENDELSOHN'S 469 Moody St. Waltham HOMEROOM W-110-MR. SHEEHAN DIANE LA ROCHE DONALD LeBLANC LINDA LE BLANC OMER LE BLANC RHEAL LE BLANC RICHAR LE BLANC WINFRED LEE CARL LEEBER SIMONNE LEGER FORREST LEONE DAVID LE SHANE STEPHEN LEYDEN ROBERT LINSTROM MARY LIVERNOCHE JOHN LOGAN CARQL LOMBARDI GEORGE LOMBARDO DEBORAH LORE ALBERT MAROUS PAULA MARTIN WILLIAM POIRIER ROBERT POWDERLY RUTH PRIDHAM FRANCIS PRINNIER DENNIS QUINN PATRICIA PUIRK JAMES RADOSTA JAMES RANDO JOHN RANDO CARL RAVESI CAROLYN RAY ROOM W 04 L Best Wishes From ROOM W 107 Compliments of FRANK'S OF ROME FASHION BEAUTY SALON 1100 Lexington St., Waltham 293 HOMEROOM W-209-MISS KOLEDO EDWARD STRONG MARYLE STUART JANICE SULLIVAN KATHLEEN SULLIVAN KEVIN SULLIVAN LORETTA SULLIVAN LYNNE SULLIVAN SHERRI SULLIVAN LAURIE SWEENEY ROBERT SWEENEY RICHARD SWEET JOSEPH TARANTO ALAN TAUBER JOHN THAMBASH ELLEN THORNE FRANCIS TIERNEY THERESA TIRONE GARY TOBIN ROBERT TOMUSKO PAMELA TOY FRANCES TRIFILETTI BETTY TROIE VIVIAN UKRAINE LEWIS UTTARO RICHARD VACCARELLO JOSEPH VALIANTE JOSEPH VANARIA MARILYN VANARIA FRANCES VIVEIROS JOAN WALKER RICHARD YOUNG CHUI YUNG SHERRY YOUNG Compliments of ROOM W-06 Good Luck From ROOM W-103 MASS BROKEN STONE CO. 133 Boston Post Rd. Weston, Mass. TW 3-0489 294 GEORGE E. OLSON, INC. For Men and Boys Tel. TW 3-1088 331 Moody Street RICHARDSON ELECTRIC CO., INC Contractors — Engineers 16 Cooper Street Waltham, Mass. TW 4-4403 Compliments of COLEMAN AND SONS REALTORS A H. E. WESTON JEWELRY CO., INC. 316 Moody Street, Waltham, Mass. Telephone TW 4-2880 295 WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD FOR YOU, CLASS OF '69? What does the future hold for you, Class of '69? A future to be fashioned, by more than man's design What does the future hold for you, Who graduate this year? Can you rise to meet the challenge, Over-coming doubt and fear? Your future's what you make it. You've earned the right to try, To remedy the errors, We've made in years gone by. Your faith will be a banner, To fling against the foe; Your youth and shining new ideals, Will aid you, as you go. The knowledge you've acquired, Will lend a kindly light; To brighten up your pathway To a future that is bright. Your courage to do what is good, Will open up the door; To a life where man can live with man, And war will be no more. You have so very much to give, And now you must decide; To face the future squarely, With brotherhood on your side. What does the future hold for you, Class of '69? A chance to make a better world, For yourself and all mankind. Best Wishes Class 1969 From: THE KIRSCH REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE OFFICE 550 MOODY STREET, WALTHAM LOUIS J. KIRSCH, JR. LOU KIRSCH 3rd WELTON BROWN 296 Compliments of WAYSIDE BARBER SHOP 471 Main St. Waltham J. G. AKILUAN INC. Realtors 6 1 1 Tr apelo Road Waltham, Massachusetts 894-6650 HIGH STREET VARIETY Quality Cold Cuts — Submarines To Go 893-9527 THE WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK YOUR SCHOOL SAVINGS HEADQUARTERS Best Wishes to the Class of 1969 From WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL FRENCH CLUB Compliments of GUTHRIE LUMBER COMPANY 297 y» TWinbroolc 3-2065 'TAYTERS •Potato Chips — 118 Calvary Street Waltham, Mass. Congratulations and Best Wishes for a Happy Future to the Members of the Class of 1969 LEO GALLITANO SULLIVAN AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE CORP. 1017 Main St. Waltham, Mass. TW 3-7336 Best Wishes THE GIANT STORE 1370 Main St. Waltham, Mass. 298 B. C. AMES Manufacturers of DIAL INDICATORS and DIAL MICROMETERS 131 Lexington St. Waltham, Mass. HOMEROOM W 205-MISS THOMPSON LEA FORCIER BARBARA SQUIRES KATHLEEN STAHL CAROL STEPP CAROL STONEY LINDA SULLIVAN LAUREL SUMNER JEAN SWYERS FRANCIS TARANTO GAIL TAVENER DEBORAH TAYLOR HELEN TAYLOR DONNA TESTA SAIL THOMPSON JOAN TIBBETTS VIRGINIA TOCCI CAROL TOUSIGNANT JOANNE TRAVALINE LYN TROMBLEY ELEANOR TULMIERI ROBIN TURCOTTE MAURA TUSHIN JEAN TWOMEY CAROL UMBRELLO KENNETH VAIL STEPHEN VENUTI LORRAINE VIGUE FRANCIS VIOLA ALDO VOCI STEPHEN VONDOHLEN DAVID WALSH KATHERINE YUNG TWinbroolc 4-1900 <§> ^urk MOVING & STORAGE CORP. P. E. BURKE 1 1 3 Crescent Street Waltham, Mass. Best Wishes From ROOM S-207 299 THE WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL BOOSTER'S CLUB "To Promote and Encourage Athletic Activities at Waltham High School" CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 1969 Extends a cordial invitation to all to join with the BOOST- ERS in encouraging and rewarding scholar-athletics at Wal- tham High School. P.O. Box 461, Waltham, Mass. 300 •«i-J — r?'>. ;[g;LERSKMIl|| • •• ^ . ;. ■ . ■ [jMESTAURAMTi ; ^i^; 60LF- BILLIARDS FULL COURSE 99+ DINNER S3 AUTO SCHOOL COURSE INCLUDES • (LASS ROOM INSTRUCTION • BEHIND THE WHEEL INSTRUCTION • DRIVER OBSERVATION • LIMITED PARTICIPATION COURSE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ■ CLASSES AT YOUR SCHOOL • DRIVING AT OUR SCHOOL 976 MAIN ST, WALTHAM SAVE ON AUTO INSURANCE PREMIUMS LIC. BY REGISTRAR OF MOTOR VEHICLES ALL AGES 894-1086 WALTHAM'S OLDEST DRIVING SCHOOL LEW'S FASHION SHOPPE "For Dresses — It's Lew's" 377 Moody St. Waltham, Mass. TW 4-2066 LAUREL SHOP GIFTS GREETING CARDS 856 Lexington St. Waltham, Mass. Best Wishes to the Class of 1969 KING INSTRUMENT CORP. 23 Fox Road Waltham, Mass. TW 9-51 10 FLYNN & FLYNN 411 Main St., Waltham TW 3-3610 NANKING CHINESE RESTAURANT 659 Main St., Waltham 301 & CO., INC. 1 SPRUCE ST., WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS "Great men are they who see that spiritual is stronger than any material force; that thoughts rule the world". Ralph Waldo Emerson, "Progress of Culture,' Phi Beta Kappa Address bfflfo&r.ffiQ SE r VING INDUSTRY WITH FINE JEWELS SINCE 1913 302 ROBERT SMCHARD of BOSTON ROBERT & RICHARD HAIR STYLISTS COIFFEUR* WITH A CONTINENTAL LOOK COLO* COJMCCTIOH WORK uucniw • suva nomim • Tirviw Walk In Service FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL 891 MAIN ST. WALTHAM Open Till 10:00 P.M. Dally Timi. t Sit. Till 6: " 893-9677 ARTISAN INDUSTRIES INC. 73 Pond Street Waltham 54, Massachuetts Affiliates of: ARTISAN INDUSTRIES, INC. HI-SPEED EQUIPMENT, INC. THE JET-VAC CORPORATION METAL FABRICATORS CORP. KONTRO COMPANY, INC. Best Wishes From PERRY PONTIAC CADILLAC, INC 1055 Main Street Waltham, Mass. TW 3-3600 PONTIAC— CADILLAC— TEMPEST SALES SERVICE 303 Waltham Students! Start out right by buying your insurance at W. H. THOMPSON INSURANCE AGENCY We Insure Everybody 506 Main St., Waltham TW 4-1214 We Can Insure Your Automobiles 304 RINGS — PINS — FAVORS MEDALS — TROPHIES "Jeweler of Your School Rings" ELLERY P. KOCH 2 1 Waterhouse Road BELMONT, MASS. Compliments of R. S. WILDER, INC. WALTHAM COAL & OIL CO. INC. 691 Main Street 894-0116 Complete Oil Heating Service DIAMONDS WATCHES MARCOU JEWELERS 3 Moody St. Waltham 54, Mass. TW 9-2220 HIGH SCHOOL JEWELRY FULL SERVICE BANK "THE FRIENDLY CITIZENS 95 MOODY STREET •WALTHAM, AMAS,; MEMBER FCDtPAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CDRPORATtDN • FEO£«At «ES6«VE SVSTCM 306 Compliments of JOHN F. PAINO 307 HOMEROOM S-111-MISS HOLLAND CHRISTINE DOWCETT SUZANNE DOYLE ROLAND DUBIE KAREN DUDDY ROBERT DUDDY DENISE DUNHAM FREDERICK DUNLAP DAVID DUQUETTE KATHRYN EASTLER MEDERITH EDGAR CHARLES ESI ROUS NANCY ELLIS SHARON ELLIS KAREN ELDRIDGE MARK ENIK PAUL EPSTEIN MARY FACENDA PENNY FALCONER CAMILLE FAMOSI JULIA FAMOSI DOLORES FERRO HELEN FERRO THOMAS LUNNY JANE VITTI Tel. 894-0423 Res. 894-6919 CAMUTI PLUMBING & HEATING CO., INC. GAS AND OIL BURNERS REMODELING EDWARD F. PERILLI Master Plumber 976 Main Street Waltham, Mass. Open Wed. and Fri. Eves. TWinbrook Till 9:30 P.M. 3-7358 CHEZ ELISE BRIDAL SALON, INC. Waltham's Complete Bridal Salon 683 Main Street Waltham, Mass. (AT CENTRAL SQUARE) BAY STATE FLORIST SUPPLY INC. 285 Bear Hill Road Waltham, Mass. TW 9-1020 308 CONGRATULATIONS Waltham High School Class of 1969 HEWLETT M PACKARD WALTHAM DIVISION L 309 310 Compliments of ANTHONY J. LA CAVA Compliments of THE CHATEAU RESTAURANT 195 School St. Waltham, Mass. 311 HOMEROOM S-209 FRANCES CONNORS SHIRLEY MAROTTA BARBARA Mc ARDLE CHRISTINE PAPPARSERIS MARGARET MANERO NANCY MARRANO RICHARD OLIVA PETER PAPPAS SANDRA MANSFIELD JOYCE MARTORILLI VINCENT OLIVO PAUL PARISI JEAN MANTENUTO ROSEMARIE MARZANO GREGORY PANJIAN Machine Tools — Metal Working Equipment CARLSON MACHINERY, INC. 1339 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 893-1001 PLASTIC MOLDING MACHINERY METALWORKING Compliments of PITT CONSTRUCTION CORP. 291 School St.— Waltham 894-2580 Best Wishes ROOM S-2II TW 3-8800 McKENZIE TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. JOHN D. McKENZIE President and Treasurer 194 Moody St. Waltham, Mass. Compliments of ROBERT B. JOHNSON CO. Jewelers 653 Main Street Waltham, Mass. PIECE OF PIZZA RESTAURANT 897 Main St.— Waltham Compliments of WALTHAM YELLOW CAB NAMCO APPROVED 7 Moody St.— 893-3400 805 Main St. 312 mmm m* *.'. J '. J . J '. '. '■ % •.%<■•. •■ v- MM tttott A TAGGART DRIVING SCHOOL A MODERN SCHOOL WITH DUAL STEERING "SPECIAL CARE FOR THE NERVOUS & ELDERLY" E. 8944570 « 244-7850 WALTHAM NEWTON AND ALL OTHER SURROUNDING TOWNS Ji I * Free Door To Door Service * Complete Teenage Driver Education Courses Good For Insurance Reductions Ages 16-25 * Patient & Understanding Instructors * Written £r Road Test Service * Air Conditioned Cars ppp mmm mm M*tt****a> 313 > • JJ TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY "The World's Best Yearbooks Are Taylor-made" "'. ■' M •/lA W> iSIf i ^^K « .."•■';*■■ ^^ "".mIt^** 1 * frjfc^ L '^» > »v» * ^* 5JmS/^^ li."* * H ■•>-., oe-assS^-^ ■ J' H I w' -^4.